5th Cloud Computing Summit 2012

Start Date: 
Friday, May 11, 2012
End Date: 
Friday, May 11, 2012

Bangalore, India:

5th Cloud Computing Summit 2012 is the place to meet all the key decision makers (targeting for 1000 plus participants) across the entire cloud computing eco-system from enterprises, telecom operators, regulators, government agencies, service providers, system integrators and vendors. This summit will provide great networking opportunities with industry leaders, presenting you with the opportunity to meet and do business with likeminded individuals. 

For more info on the event and for event brochure kindly visit – 

• 5th Cloud Computing Conference & Expo……… 
• 100% Cloud Forum……… 
• 1000+ Attendees……… 
• 25+ Exhibitors……… 
• 20+ Speakers……… 
• Free Visitor Pass…… 
Free Exhibition Pass - To get your free Exhibition Visitor Pass - Book Here 

Key Themes Discussed at this Summit: 

• Identifying current trends of Cloud Computing environment and how can you take advantage of 
the global market – Opportunities and Challenges 
• The Changing role of IT with the Cloud 
• Discovering successful business models for cloud computing - Cloud Gaming and Cloud TV 
• Creating new value chain and eco-system of mobile cloud computing 
• Driving telcos role in cloudscape – Understanding landscape of mobile cloud Computing 
• Best practice - Virtualization strategy 
• Discover why Cloud Computing is perfect for SME’s - Key advantages of cloud hosting for SMEs
• Infrastructure, Deployment, Integration & Monetizing the Cloud business 
• How to move your business to cloud computing - practical tips 
• Learn from the industry leaders and emerging players offering to Cloud and SaaS space 
• Avoiding potential pitfalls in Cloud Computing and to improve your clients relationships 
• Optimising Cloud Computing Operation effectiveness for successful ROI 
• Best Practices for Business Data Storage & Backups 
• Tangible benefits & risk of moving to the cloud –security/compliance/data risks 
• SaaS, PaaS, IaaS - Present & Future outlook 
• Cloud Concerns and the Future – Where are we heading with this cloud era? 
• Network in our combined exhibition and catering area 
• Evening networking reception for all attendees 

Key Speakers: 

• Vivek Mansingh, President VTG & Unified Communication Group, Cisco Systems India 
• Mandar Naik, Director , Platform Strategy, Microsoft 
• Lux Rao, National Manager - Cloud Consulting Services, HP 
• Bikram Barman, Senior Engineering Manager at RSA, Security Division, EMC 
• Akhil Behl, Network Consulting Engineer, Cisco 
• Sridhar T Pai, Founder & CEO, Tonse Telecom 
• Ram Karan, Founder & Chief Architect, Think Cloud 
• Anand Naik, Director, Systems Engineering, India, Symantec 
• Bharati Lele, Head of Innovation Labs, L&T Infotech 
• Rajesh Huddar, Head- Information Security Practice, Mahindra SSG 
• Ajay Porus, Organizer and Director, Cloud Security Alliance 

Plus Many More..... 

Who Should Attend: 
Business managers, IT professionals and Channel managers should all be present at the 2012 Cloud Computing World Forum. Job titles include: 

• CIO/CTOs/CxOs 
• Heads of Business 
• Strategy Directors 
• Directors 
• Telecommunication 
• Communication Directors 
• Heads of Sales 
• Heads of Call and Contact 
• VPs of Technology 
• Product Managers 
• Business Development 
• Storage Managers 
• Business Analysts 
• Database/Data Center 
• Hosting Managers 
• Head of Training 
• System and Network 
• Data Center Managers 
• Head of Telecoms 
• Compliance and Policy 
• Network Administrators 


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