ICT Board’s Paul Kukubo to speak at Cloud Computing Forum 2012

Paul Kukubo speaks at a past ICT Board event

The Kenya ICT Board chief executive Paul Kukubo is among industry leaders set to make keynote speeches at the forthcoming Cloud Computing World Forum to be held in South Africa on May 8 at the Sandton Sun Hotel in Johannesburg.

The Cloud Computing World Forum Africa offers delegates an opportunity to discuss the latest topics in cloud services, including security, mobile, applications, communications, virtualization and CRM among others.

Kukubo will speak on the topic: “Cloud pressure – matching IT security with cost-effectiveness” with other topics on the agenda being: Cloud Security; The Mobile Cloud;  Building Cloud Infrastructure; Improving Applications; Virtualization; Cloud Communications; Social Cloud and Cloud CRM.

The conference comes at time when cloud computing is being predicted to revolutionise the African IT industry and lead to significant cost savings for users, but as happens with any new technology, there are already concerns about data security especially sensitive data.

“Our agenda has been carefully put together with the aim of providing attendees with the latest issues and developments with this growing technology. The free-to-attend workshop and exhibition will help attendees discuss with global exhibitors how cloud computing can be implemented in to their operations,” said Mark Johnstone, director of Keynote, the organiser of the forum in a media release recently.

For further information about Cloud Computing Africa 2012, please the event website.

To register your place, please send an email to: [email protected] or visit the registration page on the event website.

The Cloud Computing World Forum Africa is part of the successful Cloud Computing World Series with conferences and exhibitions worldwide including London, New York, Sao Paulo, Dubai, Hong Kong and Mumbai.




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