GovIT Authors: Pat Romanski, Kevin Jackson, Bob Gourley, Yakov Fain, Cloud Ventures

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Cloud Computing & Big Data Move Center Stage at Cloud Expo New York

Four days, nine tracks, 170 sessions, one goal: to help your company leverage Cloud Computing & Big Data

Cut through the cloud computing clutter and make business sense of Big Data. Join us in New York next week from June 11-14 and attend the largest Cloud Computing and Big Data event in the world - the 10th International Cloud Expo at the Jacob Javits Center on Manhattan's West Side.

As the volume of digital content grows to 2.7 ZB‚ up 48% from 2011, Cloud Expo has been extended to focus additionally on Big Data. There are also Special Events galore, from Cloud Computing Bootcamp (all 4 days) and "Cloud Essentials" Certification (2 days) to CloudCamp, BigDataCamp, Forecast 2012, and Deploycon PaaS Summit (all one day only).

A massive 93% of financial decision makers believe that Cloud Computing will be important to the success of their businesses over the next couple of years, according to research - and Big Data analytics is being called out by IDC as a "must have" competency in 2012.

These two Enterprise IT game changers - Cloud Computing & Big Data - will be side by side all four days at the Javits Center in New York City. Come meet with top Cloud & Big Data players who have answers that might save your business millions.

Join 10,000 fellow IT professionals for the 4-day technical program and hear from more than 175 speakers...see the Full Conference Schedule here.

Early Bird Registration Options
for Cloud Expo New York
Cloud Expo delegates can pre-register for Cloud Expo New York with $500+ savings here.

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