The 2014 Cloud Computing Policy Conference will discuss the key issues on the US Cloud Computing agenda. It will explore market developments in cloud computing and how businesses and government administrations can best exploit the opportunities offered by the technology.
This event will feature a keynote address from Maureen K. Ohlhaussen, Federal Trade Commissioner.
Central to the discussions will also be a debate on how to frame and deliver the necessary measures to restore trust following the PRISM revelations, ensuring that at both and home and abroad, the US continues to lead the way in cloud innovation and services.
This event will bring together delegates from the digital industries, the public sector, civil society and policymaking communities will come together to debate the priorities facing the US cloud computing sector.
Topics to be discussed will include:
Security, privacy and digital trade in a post-PRISM world
US Cloud First Policy: The development of public sector cloud procurement
Cloud services and big data analytics: accessing data, delivering insights, driving business value