Call for Papers the 6th annual Cloud Slam 2014
The Sixth Annual Cloud Slamí14 event takes place June 4th 2014, in San Francisco, CA. Call for proposals is now open! Donít delay, the submission deadline is April 11, 2014.
San Francisco, CA, Mar 14, 2014 -- The Sixth Annual Cloud Slam 2014 Conference brings together a global alliance of thought leaders, professionals, corporations and users to expand their opportunities through keynote sessions, panel discussions and general sessions, contributing to a more precise understanding of the definition, adoption and development of cloud, enriching the dialogue between users and providers.
This year's Cloud Slam explores how the cloud can facilitate business transformation with key success metrics focussing on increased productivity, higher efficiency, greater operational transparency, better regulatory compliance and ultimate customer satisfaction. Following topics will provide a framework.
- Cloud Advocacy and Assurance
- Governance, security and compliance
- Implementation and Management - Getting More Agile
- Optimization of Total Cost of Ownership, ROI and Overall Efficiency
- Buying and Selling Cloud for Faster Growth and Higher Profitability
- Business Continuity and Resiliency
- What's ahead? Cloud Forecast for 2014-2017.
How to Submit
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We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco in June!
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About Cloud Slam:
Cloud Slam advances global awareness of latest trends and innovations in the world of cloud computing. Through world-class education, including hundreds of hours of technical sessions, tutorials, panel discussions, and moderated roundtables, Cloud Slam brings together thought leaders from a wide range of fields
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