Cloud conference hits Dubai in March

Cloud Computing Imperative 2012 includes a cloud security workshop


The Cloud Computing Imperative 2012, by Fleming Gulf Conferences will be held on 12th to 13th March in Dubai, and will include a cloud security workshop programme on 14th March.

According to Fleming Gulf, IT specialists from public, private and government entities will visit the event to network with industry peers, share experiences and learn how to view and implement cloud and cloud security.

Conference speakers include; Tareq Alemadi, head of Information Technology, Office of Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser; Mohamed Roushdy, chief information officer, Siraj Finance; Firas Sleiman, lead enterprise architect and acting director of Technology, Abu Dhabi Government (Musanada); Dr Jassim Haji, director of Information Technology, Gulf Air; Neetan Chopra, VP - IT Strategy and Architecture, Emirates Group IT; and Ali Al-Hamdany, group director of Information Technology, Air Arabia.

Speakers will look at topics including the development of strategies to implement IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, XaaS.

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