These past months we drummed up major international names in cloud computing for a series of workshops. The starting point of the sessions: Focus on your business, leave your IT infrastructure to the cloud. After meet & greets with Amazon, Rackspace, IBM and CSC, you could also hear six Belgian cloud specialists speak during our final meeting on 11 February in Brussels. They gave a bunch of valuable tips to take into account for people who want to set up a powerful cloud infrastructure. In a previous post you read what Daniel Bartz (ComodIT), and Frederik Denkens (Skyscrapers) had to say, now it’s up to Thijs Feryn.

These past months we drummed up major international names in cloud computing for a series of workshops. The starting point of the sessions: Focus on your business, leave your IT infrastructure to the cloud. After meet & greets with Amazon, Rackspace, IBM and CSC, you could also hear six Belgian cloud specialists speak during our final meeting on 11 February in Brussels. They gave a bunch of valuable tips to take into account for people who want to set up a powerful cloud infrastructure. In a previous post you got a recap of Daniel Bartz’ presentation, and here below you can read what Frederik Denkens had to say.

These past months we drummed up major international names in cloud computing for a series of workshops. The starting point of the sessions: Focus on your business, leave your IT infrastructure to the cloud. After meet & greets with Amazon, Rackspace, IBM and CSC, you could also hear six Belgian cloud specialists speak during our final meeting on 11 February in Brussels. They gave a bunch of valuable tips to take into account for people who want to set up a powerful cloud infrastructure. For anyone who was not able to attend, here are a few virtual giveaways, starting with one from Daniel Bartz.

This time the leader in cloud transformation CSC will unveil their insights about what clients believe is the most important in the development of a successful corporate strategy for cloud transformation. If you are wondering what is this global player’s approach and what this could mean for your business, come and ask your questions directly to the company experts themselves.

Amazon is coming to Belgium to unveil its view of IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). Do you wonder what the approach of this global player is? Do you want to know what this means concretely for you? Then come and ask your questions directly to the company’s experts!