Cloud computing has become a subject of increasing interest over the last few years but what exactly is ‘Cloud’ and what does it mean for business both now and in the longer term?
October 13 2010, Newcastle – Cloud computing has become a subject of increasing interest over the last few years, but what exactly is ‘Cloud’ and what does it mean for business both now and in the longer term?
Newcastle University together with two Knowledge Transfer Networks (Digital Systems and Digital Communications) has organised a FREE half-day event on cloud computing.
This event will introduce practical aspects of cloud computing, including a ten-step process that will help businesses to adopt cloud computing, minimising risk and an introduction to G-Cloud – the Government’s attempt to leverage the cloud to deliver improved public services. On show also will be best practices and lessons from a cloud-based platform used for R&D and several case studies of cloud computing adoption within businesses.
An expert panel will be on hand to be quizzed about all aspects of cloud computing.
The event will be FREE to attend and will take place at the Research Beehive 2.21, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU on 25 October 2010, from 12:30 pm. Lunch will be provided.
To register please go to: http://tinyurl.com/35fcluj
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