The CeBIT Cloud Conference – 16 May 2018

The CeBIT Cloud Conference

Wednesday 16 May 2018
International Convention Centre Sydney

The growth of Cloud and its adoption across many IT disciplines continues to gather pace. Cloud Computing, Cloud Storage, Cloud Infrastructure, Software as-aService, and many more are threatening the traditional stack of components. It is an area that many businesses will be investigating, if indeed it is not already critical to their operations.

For many though questions remain on how it can be best integrated into their existing systems
landscape, what the resulting impact will be on their operations, and whether indeed it is the right solution for them at all.

This program is designed to examine how a business can best evaluate, and utilise Cloud. How can it overcome any fear of adoption, and tap into the seemingly endless potential? How can it ensure it is maximising the positive benefits for its operation, both now and in the future? Understand some of the key considerations, and shortcut the evaluation for your business, bringing forward the stage at which you can effectively assess its appropriateness for your organisation.

“Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud services market will grow 18% in 2017 to $246.8B, up from $209.2B in 2016”

“According to IDC cloud computing spending is growing at 4.5 times the rate of IT spending since 2009 and is expected to grow at better than 6 times the rate of IT spending from 2015 through 2020”

Who would benefit from attending?
• Chief Innovation Officer
• Chief Technology Officer
• Chief Data Officer
• Chief Operating Officer
• Manager ICT Portfolio
• ICT Mobility Program Manager
• Manager, Applications
• IT Manager
• IT Business Support Team Lead
• Manager, Applications & Delivery
• Enterprise Technology Services Lead
• Innovation Manager
• Technology Manager
• Enterprise Architect
• Network Manager

The conference agenda will be released shortly. Leave your details here and we will forward you the final program.

Register Here

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