Cloud computing is a rapidly growing software service trend globally. It is inevitable that organisations will have to steer their energy into getting their business processes integrated for this cost effective application delivery.

The Cloud Computing Conference and Exhibition is being held on 13 and 14 April 2011 at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
The two day conference and exhibition will feature top speakers such as Gareth Jane, independent software vendor advisor, Microsoft; Richard Vester, executive head: hosted services, Vodacom Business; and Arthur Goldstuck, MD, World Wide Worx.
“This conference will provide a full perspective of cloud computing, and will address the challenges and issues relating to the integration and implementation of cloud computing,” says TCI MD, Ryno van Ellewee.
Topics to be addressed include: the overview of cloud computing, data lifecycle management and cloud computing, framing issues of cloud computing and sustainability, the advantages of cloud computing, customer retention programmes in the cloud and cloud and SaaS.
The target audience expected to attend are: IT process managers, software developers, network specialists, IT strategy directors, IT consultants and business development managers, engineering managers, business analysts, heads of BI, group innovation managers and IT infrastructure managers.