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Cloud Computing Conference & Expo Call For Papers Deadline

Plant your flag in the fast-expanding business opportunity that is Cloud Computing

SYS-CON Events, producer of the 2nd International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, to be held March 30-April 1, 2009, in New York City, has announced the submissions deadline for its Call for Papers. Suitable topics include all aspects of providing or using massively scalable IT-related capabilities as a service using Internet technologies (see list of Suggested Topics below).

The Cloud Computing conference theme this March is “The Delivery of IT Resources as Services” - with 100+ breakout sessions by leading industry CEOs and CTOs whose companies already recognize that what today's companies need above all is to be able to build infrastructures that can scale up or down at a moment's notice.

Over the next five years, IDC expects spending on IT cloud services to grow almost threefold, reaching $42 billion by 2012 and accounting for some 9% of total software sales. More importantly, spending on cloud computing will accelerate throughout the forecast period, capturing 25% of IT spending growth in 2012 and nearly a third of growth the following year.

Cloud computing helps IT cut infrastructure costs while adding new features and services to grow core businesses. Clouds can help grow margins as costs are cut back but service offerings are expanded.

Sessions should be devised with a view to helping delegates learn about what thousands of companies are already using for a competitive advantage - while controlling costs and gaining flexibility and economies of scale.

Submit Your Speaking Proposal Today!

Help plant your flag in the fast-expanding business opportunity that is The Cloud: submit your speaking proposal today!

Suggested Topics

Proposals are welcome on any and all related topics, including:

  • SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS
  • Web-scale Computing
  • Cloud Platforms
  • Automation
  • Secure Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Reliability
  • Elastic Computing
  • Cloud Computing & Privacy
  • Cloud Databases
  • Scalability
  • Fabric Computing
  • Cloudbursting
  • Cloud Storage
  • Green IT
  • High-Performance Computing
  • Service Management
  • Moving Towards Cloud Standards
  • Grid Software
  • Private vs Public Clouds
  • Internal Clouds
  • Managing Cloud Services
  • Compliance Issues
  • Cloud Dataflow
  • Government Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Building
  • Mobile Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Brokerages

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Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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Jeremy Geelan 11/29/08 08:52:42 AM EST

Proposal are welcome on any and all related topics, including: * SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS * Web-scale Computing * Cloud Platforms * Automation * Secure Cloud Computing * Cloud Reliability * Elastic Computing * Cloud Computing & Privacy * Cloud Databases * Scalability * Fabric Computing * Cloudbursting * Cloud Storage * Green IT * High-Performance Computing
* Service Management
* Moving Towards Cloud Standards
* Grid Software
* Private vs Public Clouds
* Internal Clouds
* Managing Cloud Services
* Compliance Issues

Jeremy Geelan 08/28/08 03:46:32 AM EDT

As mentioned in the Call for Papers we particularly welcome speaking proposals on fast-emerging topics such as Cloud Security and Cloudstorming as well, of course, on all other aspects of delivering highly scalable IT as a service.

Bring them on!

Jeremy Geelan
Conference Chair
Cloud Computing Expo series

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