London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 01, 2009 -- The latest in enterprise 2.0 software, building a collaborative workplace, social software tools, employee engagement in collaborative workplaces to discussing the latest state of cloud computing, its benefits, technical and security challenges, how the applications can be build, controlled and managed in a cloud-based environment are key issues debated at the Cloud Computing Congress Europe (http://www.cloudcomputingcongress.com) & Enterprise Social Media Europe (http://www.enterprisesocialmedia.net ) on the 15/16 March, Olympia, London.
You can join the Linkedin group on the event web site http://tinyurl.com/ydll8q2 to network with other attendees, or follow the latest event activity on the Cloud Computing Congress Twitter account â http://twitter.com/cloud_comp_news
The 2 days of conference will feature industry leading speakers, including: â¢ David Wilde, CIO, Westminster City Council â¢ Dominic Burch, Head of Corporate Comms and New Media, ASDA â¢ Paul James, CIO, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, MOD â¢ Anthony Frost, Head of Corporate Communications, Santander â¢ Evangelos Kotsovinos, Vice President, Morgan Stanley â¢ Kostas Tsatsaris, CTO and Director, Strategy and Architecture, HM Revenue and Customs â¢ Robert Johnson, Strategic Consultant, COI Strategic Consultancy â¢ Henri Reinbolt, CIO, Greenwich Council
The Cloud Computing Congress & Enterprise Social Media are just two of the conference streams at the Social Media World Forum event http://www.socialmedia-forum.com, a leading social media event that brings together all facets of industry connected to social media. The event features 4 conference streams: Social Media, Mobile Social Media, Enterprise Social Media and Social TV.
âIn a market such as Cloud Computing & Enterprise building trust and relationships between leading technology providers and clients is key to moving the cloud debate forwardâ comments Ian Johnson, MD Six Degrees Events. âBy integrating the Cloud Computing Congress with Enterprise Social Media (http://www.enterpriseseries.com), we build a networking environment that not only focuses on application building and we 2.0 in the workplace, but how services can be managed in a cloud environment.â
The Cloud Computing Series (http://www.cloudcomputingseries.com) will offer the Enterprise market the chance to come along to free exhibitions and meet the various people at the show, and interact with an event with 4 conference streams. One large connected exhibition is running alongside this conference, which will be open over the 15th/16th March 2010.
Future events are being held in New York in June, and Singapore in September.