Cloud Expo Europe is the only European event which is dedicated to all aspects of Cloud Computing, from Cloud in the DataCentre, Storage and Security to Open Source and the Cloud.
In 2009 Cloud Expo Europe brought together some of the Industry’s most respected luminaries and key industry leaders such as Google, Amazon, IBM, Red Hat, Cisco, Sun, SugarCRM and many more to present the case for Cloud Computing. In 1 year Cloud Computing has moved forward dramatically and research has shown that by 2012 20% of enterprises will be relying solely on Cloud Computing as a means to running their IT.
In 2011 Cloud Expo Europe will be co-located with Open Source Expo. These two events will enable visitors to arm themselves with the latest information, resources, ideas and examples which they can apply in their own working environment to maximise performance, improve scalability and minimise outlay.
By 2012, 80 percent of Fortune 1000 companies will pay for some cloud computing service, and 30 percent of them will pay for cloud computing infrastructure.
— Gartner, 2010
The $16.2 billion spent on cloud computing this year will climb to a whopping $42.3 billion by 2012.
— IDC, 2010
Cloud Computing will be as influential as e-business.
— Gartner, 2008
The cloud model offers a much cheaper way for businesses to acquire and use IT. in an economic downturn, the appeal of that cost advantage will be greatly magnified. This advantage is especially important for small and medium businesses, a sector that will be key target in any plan for recovery.
— Frank Gens, Senior Vice President and Chief Analyst, IDC
According to many experts, Cloud Computing is changing the way companies will look at how they address cost and scalability, also the models that underpin successful software and hardware companies. In this time of economic uncertainty, can you afford not to attend?
To register, go to http://www.cloudexpoeurope.com/