With the deployment of cloud services continuing to rise across the African continent, the Cloud World Forum returns to Johannesburg in April to address all the hottest topics in cloud computing and the African IT industry.
After the outstanding success of the first ever edition of the event in 2012, the 2nd Annual Cloud World Forum Africa - www.cloudworldseries.com/africa - is back in 2013 with a brand new expert speaker line-up and even more cloud-related subjects to cover.
Taking place at the Sandton Sun Hotel, in Johannesburg, on the 23rd and 24th of April, the event will feature a two-day conference with dual stream - Telco and Enterprise - and a co-located expo.
With over 1,500 people in attendance from across Africa, more than 20 top global exhibitors and over 60 expert speakers giving focused talks, the 2nd Annual Cloud World Forum Africa is one of the most anticipated events on the region's IT calendar.
In 2013 the event will also incorporate the 2nd Annual Cloud Africa Awards - www.cloudworldseries.com/africa/awards.html - a unique celebration of the drive, innovation and hard work in the African cloud computing industry. This year's awards feature 5 categories, recognising Africa's Best Cloud Service, Application, Platform, Security Solution, and Data Centre/Storage Solution.
Speakers confirmed at the 2nd Annual Cloud World Forum include: - Rodney de Koch, CIO, Department of International Relations & Cooperation South Africa (DIRCO) - Attila Narin, Senior Manager, Amazon Web Services - Bryan Nelson, Business Development Manager, Google South Africa - Dudley K. Peterson, CIO-Local Government, Department of Cooperative Governance South Africa - Kobus Pienaar, CIO, Adcorp Holdings - Shishir Saraf, CIO, Sameer Africa - Johan du Plessis, IT Director, Consol Glass
To view the complete line-up of speakers please click here.
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