Cloud Expo Europe 2016

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Cloud Expo Europe returns on 12-13 April 2016 with the biggest and best instalment to date. This year’s event will bring you an unrivalled line up of world-class suppliers to the cloud technology sector, thousands of hours of free content from over 500 of the industry’s leading international practitioners and first class peer networking opportunities.

 

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Building on the success of 2015, which saw 15,286 attendees flood the ExCeL Centre for Cloud Expo Europe and the co-located Data Centre World, new events Cloud Security Expo and Smart IoT London are being added to the event stack, which now boasts four industry leading events in one location.

 

PREFORMA has been invited to deliver a presentation in a special track coordinated by OW2 in the Park conference program: the Open Cloud Forum by OW2.

 

Join us at Cloud Expo Europe on 12-13 April 2016 at ExCeL London to:

  • cloud_expo_europe_2Be inspired by over 500 top experts, including number 1 rated CIOs, Acclaimed Global Cloud Leaders, Cloud Gurus, all speaking in a compelling conference and seminar programme, which covers all the major technology and business issues.
  • Learn from dozens of real practitioners from blue chip companies, service providers and leading organisations.
  • Source the latest products and solutions from record 500 cutting-edge suppliers.
  • Network with thousands of your peers, with a projected attendance of over 20,000 there is has never been a better opportunity to meet industry visionaries, business leaders and people who have faced – and overcome – the same challenges as you.
  • Benefit from our brand new Software Architecture Theatre and FinTech stream in partnership with FINTECH Circle.

 

Find out more at the Conference website!

 

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