Cloud Computing World Forum 2012

Cloud Computing World Forum 2012

posted in Redstor ● 13 Apr 2012

Redstor will once again be exhibiting at the Cloud Computing World Forum this year. The event, held on the 12th and 13th of June at Earls Court in London, is Europe’s biggest cloud computing event with over 4,000 senior IT decision-makers from around the globe expected to attend over the course of the 2 days.Last year, the event proved to be a very succesful outing for Redstor. It provided a great opportunity to network with clients, partners and suppliers alike and resulted in a number of opportunities for Redstor, our partners and our clients.This year, the event will feature 150 seminars across 8 theatres spanning a wide range of topics under the broad headings of SaaS, Security, Big  Data, PaaS,  Mobile, Public Sector, Virtualization, Communications,  Social, CRM and  more. Exhibiting at the event will be over 120 global exhibitors (the full list is available here).Attendance through Redstor is free and meetings can be arranged in advance to ensure you don’t have to wait to meet with one of our representatives. To register, please click here and a representative will be in touch to arrange a suitable meeting time. Redstor will be on stand 2140. The floorplan for the event can be viewed here.If you’re unsure whether the event would be relevant to you, why not give us a call to discuss it in more detail.

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