Bangalore to host global cloud computing conclave next month

06th September 2014
Bangalore to host global cloud computing conclave next month

Bangalore, September 6, 2014:  For the third year, Bangalore will host the  IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM) 2014 between October 15 and 17 2014.
The conference will address the unique challenges and opportunities of cloud computing for emerging markets. Chaired by Dr. Gopal Pingali, IBM and Dr. D. Janakiram, IIT Chennai, the summit will bring together captains and thought leaders from the industry, government and academia from across the world.
First initiated in 2012, CCEM 2014 is once again serving as the world’s stage for industry experts to share their knowledge and vision for cloud computing, including keynote speakers from IBM, Google, Amazon, HP, NetApp among many others.
Says Dr.  Pingali, Distinguished Engineer and Executive Director of the IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence: “Cloud computing has now truly taken off everywhere in the world, becoming a must-have for most businesses. Emerging markets have become the hotbed of innovation in this exciting area and have the opportunity to lead the way for the rest of the world. Cloud computing is also central to the vision of a Digital India. I am looking forward to an exciting conference this year that will pave the way for the future.”