Event date: 11-12 June 2015. The 4th edition of the Symposium on Network Cloud Computing and Applications, to be held in Munich - Leibniz Supercomputing Center of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities - on June 11-12 2015, builds on the success of the previous editions till 2014.
Meet 1800+ datacenter and cloud executives from more than 50 countries at Datacloud 2015 - 3-4 June 2015. Many of you will still know the event as Datacentres Europe / Enterprise Cloud Forum. Now rebranded as Datacloud, the new congress uniquely approaches cloud challenges – integration, procurement, management, hybrid cloud, and security among others - for enterprises and assesses the implications for their datacenter infrastructure - whether owned or outsourced.
As Europeans continue to live longer, the costs of health and social care are going to rise substantially to about 9% of EU GDP in 2050, by the European Commission’s reckonings. ICT is rightly seen as our most powerful ally to maintain cost efficient and high quality health and social care: the introduction of ICT and telemedicine alone is estimated to improve efficiency of health care by 20%.
Enterprises and third party operators across South East Asian markets are transforming to cloud datacenters, fast becoming the indispensable infrastructure for computing, storage and management of big data. Enterprises require simple and scalable ways to create interoperability among many siloed data and endpoints, which offer highly available, multi-tenant and elastic integration cloud to support high density computing.
NET FUTURES wishes to maximize competitiveness of the European technology industry. The conference will gather over 700 attendees, to form an interconnected community involving companies, organizations and people in
- Research & Innovation
- Market Validation & Living Lab Research
- Business Development, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Strategy
- Policy Making
It is our firm belief that by bridging the gaps between these communities, innovations will more easily and effectively find their way to the market.
The connected digital economy is getting increasingly complicated. Cloud computing, big data and the IoT offers lots of new ways for businesses to stay ahead of their game but innovation is moving at a very fast pace. And this innovation is at risk from cyberattacks, which are happening on an agile basis. We need to work together to become as agile and as fast as the hackers.