Sunday, 6 May 2012

Cloud Computing and Virtualization Conference 2012

Cloud Computing & Virtualization Conference 2012

The Britannia International Hotel

Canary Wharf / London

15th May 2012

**EXCLUSIVE OFFER ** for Silicon Ireland News Readers

VIP Delegate Pass - Access All Areas - Drinks -Hot Lunch

Last remaining 80 places

UK organisations can no longer ignore the substantial cost and efficiency benefits of cloud computing and virtualization . In many sectors, their competitive advantage now depends on it.

Those that aren't already implementing or improving a solution are ready to understand their options and examine the benefits versus costs.

The VIP Delegate Pass is only applicable to all Business, Banking, Local Authorities, Central Government, NHS Trusts, Police and Education sector as well as experts in your field and is offered for a limited period only, so register below now to obtain your VIP Pass.

Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.

For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries please contact or call 0845 307 6277

The Days Programme

Put your organisation ahead of the cloud curve
With investment in cloud computing and virtualization increasing exponentially, the industry has entered its most aggressively competitive period yet.

More and more private and public sector organisations are channelling their IT budgets towards the overwhelming benefits of cloud computing and virtualization , whilst the Government's shared services strategy looks set to make the G-Cloud a reality.

And whilst development continues apace, the cloud model continues to have huge impacts on society. Debates over security and data privacy in particular are placing huge pressure on governments to update key legislation.

Areas to be covered include:

Why go cloud?
Scalable cloud strategies
Cloud architecture
Desktop virtualization
Server virtualization
Successful migration
Best practice outsourcing
Delivering multinational clouds
Retraining employees
Agreeing standards
Cloud law
Green clouds
Open source cloud
Hardware developments
The future of software
Disaster management
Building the g-cloud