There has been a change in recent years when it comes to businesses and organizations which are between their investment in the infrastructure of their communication systems and the demands of the operating and sales departments. What can be learned at the Cloud Expo that is coming to New York city are that cloud based communications can provide a variety of benefits which include enhancement of customer service, improve productivity, better advantage over your competition and increase mobility.
The International Cloud Expo will be held from June 7th to June 9th in 2016 an entire three day event at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. The event will display products from several different companies including IoT DevOps, Big Data, Cloud Computing, WebRTC, and more.
A few of the exhibitors seen at past conferences include SoftLayer, an IBM Company, IDENTICARD, CommVault, AIC INC, Innodisk, Windstream Government Services, Cisco Systems, Inc., Nimble Storage, Tufin, ACTIVESTATE, Aria Systems, CLOUDIAN, WSM, MangoApps, Solgenia, CodeFutures Corporation, Gridstore, Inc., Creative Business Solutions, B2cloud, Intelligent Systems Services Inc., Isomorphic, Sematext, Site24x7, and FierceDevOps.
All of the topics that are on the schedule for the expo that will hit New York have been published, but we can get a good idea by looking at the topics on the schedule for the Expo in Santa Clara, California which includes enterprise cloud adoption, mobility & enterprise security, Containers & Microservices, Cloud APIs, IoT | Big Data & Analytics, IoT | Consumer/Wearables, IoT | Enterprise/Industrial Internet, and WebRTC Summit | Hot Topics.
The long list of speakers you will find at the New York Cloud Expo include DE SOUZA – Cisco, POTTER – SafeLogic, ROBINSON – CompTIA, WARUSA-WITHANA from WSO2 Inc, MEINER – Oracle, CHOU-Microsoft, HARRISON-Tufin, BRUNOZZI-VMware, KIM-MapR, KANE-Dyn, SICULAR-Basho, TURNER- Cloudian, KUMAR-Liaison, ADAMIAK-Liaison, KHAN-Solgenia, BONIFAZI-Solgenia, SUSSMAN-Coalfire, and ISAACSON-RMS, among many others. Other companies that will be represented from a variety of speakers include CodeFutures, Windstream, Virtusa, IndependenceIT, CommVault, Adobe, Rancher Labs, Alert Logic, SingleHop, Softlayer, IBM, GENBAND, Emcien, LEVESQUE, Windstream, StorPool, and Intellyx, among many others.
Cloud computing is no longer for large corporations but small companies as well. The real truth of the matter is that during a recent study 74 percent of all enterprises has a hybrid cloud strategy in place. In the majority of cases as shown by the survey is that 94 percent of all enterprises are using some type of XaaS platform, infrastructure and software as a service.
What cloud Expo allows is that technology vendors can meet with businesses of all sizes and give them solutions that will actually meet their needs and requirements.
Cloud computing has proven to drive a higher percentage of business budgets every year. With the growth of Big Data the need for these solutions have certainly increased and the IoT (The Internet of Things within the next five years will connect at least 20 billion devices and beyond that time frame trillions.
Plan now to attend so you can bring your enterprise forward and beat your competition.