2013 Cloud Computing Expo - Santa Clara, CA (Nov 4-7)
Two unstoppable enterprise IT trends, Cloud Computing and Big Data, will converge in Silicon Valley at the 13th Cloud Expo – November 4–7, 2013, in Santa Clara, California. Cloud Expo offers a vast selection of technical and strategic breakout sessions, General Sessions, Industry Keynotes, "Power Panels" and a bustling Expo floor.
With Gartner predicting threefold growth in cloud spending, reaching $44.2 billion in 2013, it has never been more crucial to get yourself and your company “cloud-ready”.
The 2013 Cloud Expo will feature over 175 sessions run by leading cloud and Big Data industry experts covering infrastructure, platforms and applications.
Individuals who purchase a “Golden Pass” to the Cloud Expo, will also be able to attend a four-day Cloud Computing Bootcamp completely free of charge.
ERP Focus Named as Associate Sponsor
We are happy to announce that ERP Focus has been named an Associate Sponsor of the 2013 Cloud Expo. As part of our sponsorship of the event, we have managed to secure our readers a 20% discount off the “Golden Pass” - saving you a total of $400.
As well as the discount for our readers, we will also be publishing a series of articles on cloud ERP on the 2013 Cloud Expo site. These will accompany our brand new Ultimate Guide to ERP Cloud Computing.
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