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Former Apple CEO John Sculley to deliver opening keynote at Cloud Computing World Forum

07/06/2012 - Earls Court, London, will open its doors to the global IT community in just five days' time, when it plays host to one of 2012's most eagerly-awaited enterprise technology events, the 4th Annual Cloud Computing World Forum.

Taking place on 12th and 13th June, the forum is expected to be attended by over 4,000 IT professionals from across the globe, with over 150 speakers discussing the future of cloud computing in business, across 8 conference theatres.

Keynote speakers at the forum include Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon, JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, Salesforce, and John Sculley, former CEO, Apple and Pepsico.

Delegates wishing to attend can register for free, via www.cloudwf.com/register to gain access to 5 free-to-attend theatres, including dedicated theatres from Microsoft and Google. There is also a limited number of Gold and Diamond passes for the show still available, guaranteeing access to the keynote Vision Theatre, and for Diamond passes, the Edgecast sponsored CDN World Forum Theatre (www.cdnconference.com) also.

All pass holders will have access to an expo featuring over 100 global cloud solution providers, with sponsors of the show including Google, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, Dell, SAP, McAfee, Huawei, Accenture, CA Technologies, Safenet, Savvis, Terremark, Interoute, Project Place and Microsoft, who will be hosting their Partner Showcase at the event, alongside the Microsoft Theatre.

Now in its 4th year, the Cloud Computing World Forum has grown exponentially year-on-year, in line with increasing global interest in the industry. The 2012 seminar agenda will focus on the implementation of cloud - The Business of Cloud, Explained - and provide a practical guide to the processes of making all elements of cloud a reality within your business.

Topics covered at the show include Cloud Apps, SaaS, Security, Big Data, PaaS, Mobile, Public Sector Computing, Virtualization, Communications, Social CRM and more. To review the conference agenda visit www.cloudwf.com/conference/seminar-agendas

The forum also includes a number of unique tools designed to give delegates the clearest picture of the cloud industry, including our new Exhibition Tours, delivered by partners Analysys Mason, which will give delegates guided tours around the expo floor taking in specific areas of the cloud ecosystem. For more details visit www.cloudwf.com/exhibition/exhibition-tours

To discover more and register for the show, visit www.cloudwf.com/register now.


About Cloud Computing World Forum:
With over 3,000 senior IT decision-makers attending its 2011 show, the Cloud Computing World Forum is the leading cloud computing event in Europe. Over 20% of its attendees are C-level and above, and its exhibitors and speakers are globally recognised IT industry specialists. To be held on June 12th and 13th, at Earls Court, London, the 2012 Cloud Computing World Forum promises to be even bigger and better than before, offering more top companies and experts than other like events.

For details of all seminars and a full agenda visit www.cloudwf.com/conference/speakers

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