The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce (IC4), DCU Business School and Techspectations with support from Microsoft Ireland and HP are holding our Third National Conference on Cloud Computing and Commerce on 15 April. It will be free and held in DCU Business School and the Mahony Hall in the Helix. The current programme is available at http://www.nc4.ie/ and comprises over 20 speakers from industry and academia including speakers from Gartner, Oracle, Microsoft, Dell, Amazon Web Services, HP, Enterprise Ireland and many more.
This year we are delighted to feature US author, Alistair Croll, who will be delivering a 3-hour workshop on Lean Analytics in the morning session, which should be of interest to all growing businesses and startups, cloud or otherwise. We expect significant demand for the limited places available for this workshop so please register for it as soon as possible.
We will also be running 1-to-1 cloud clinics throughout the day for attendees to meet with cloud specialists and get advice about using the cloud for their businesses.
The programme currently is as follows:
0900 – 09300900 – 0930: Registration
0930 – 1300: Session 1 (Third Floor, DCU Business School)
- High Performance and the Cloud Workshop (UCC, NTNU, Amazon Web Services, West University of Timisoara, Dell)
- Lean Analytics Workshop (Alistair Croll)
1300 – 1400: Lunch and Networking
1400 – 1530: Session 2 (Third Floor, DCU Business School)
- Trust and the Cloud (BH Consulting, Anaeko, Espion)
- DDM Alliance: Marketing the Cloud
- Vendor Workshop: Oracle
1600 – 1800: Plenary (Mahony Hall, The Helix)
- Sean Baker (Chairperson, IC4 & Entrepreneur)
- Paolo Malinverno (Research Vice President, Gartner)
- Davin Cody (Converged Infrastructure Specialist, HP)
- Alistair Croll (Author and Entrepreneur)
Additional speakers will be added over the coming days.
The Business School believes there is a lot of value in students being exposed to industry as early as possible. As such, this event will feature a Poster Presentation of Mobile Apps designed and deployed by first year students participating in the Digital Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise (DICE) module.
Spaces for Sessions 1 and 2 are limited and we recommend that people register early. At the same time, please do not take a space you do not intend to use. We will confirm registration for these sessions with 3 working days of registration, if not before.
If this is of interest, you are welcome to register via http://www.nc4.ie