The 2014 Cloud Computing Policy Conference USADate:2014-05-14 10:43:15
The W Washington DC Hotel - June 11, 2014
Join the 100+ US & International delegates who will be attending the event. Register at NO COST now to guarantee your place at the conference.
In Washington DC on June 11, The 2014 Cloud Computing Policy Conference USA will bring together over 150 US & International participants from the digital industries, the public sector, civil society and policymaking communities to debate the priorities facing the cloud computing sector in the US and beyond. It will explore market developments in cloud computing and how businesses and government administrations can best exploit the opportunities offered by the technology.
Central to the discussions will be a debate on how to frame and deliver the necessary measures to restore trust following the PRISM revelations, ensuring that at both home and abroad, the US continues to lead the way in cloud innovation and services.
This event will cover the key issues on the US and international Cloud Computing agenda, including:
• Security, privacy and digital trade in a post-PRISM world
Including a discussion on the impact of the recent PRISM disclosure on domestic policy and on TTIP and TTP negotiations.
• Public Procurement of Cloud Computing: Development of US Cloud First Policy and global perspective
Assessing the US Federal Procurement policy and addressing the FedRamp qualifications requirements
• Cloud services and big data analytics: accessing data, delivering insights, driving business value
A chance to explore the opportunities, challenges and recommendations outlined in the Big Data report recently released by the White House.
Significant networking time has been built into the day and delegates are encouraged to actively participate in the discussions. Forum Global is pleased to collaborate with our knowledge partners Cloud4Growth, Grayling, The Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies (C-PET) and Access Partnership
Interested in becoming involved?
If you are interested in speaking, sponsoring or attending, please contact Anne-Lise Simon on +44 (0) 2920 783 023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also download the sponsorship document here.