VMWorld To Host Cloud Talk Event On Cloud Computing and Hosting Predictions 2013

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(Newswire.net —  July 27, 2013) Houston, Texas — For over last ten years or more, VM World has turned out to be one of the most sought after event on different aspects of cloud computing. Today the event boasts of over 21000 attendees and it could be even more in the upcoming event to be held on Tuesday, 30th July, 11 AM PT. 

Latest trend in the modern commercial world dominated by information technology is cloud computing. Commercial organizations; especially large ones are considerably dependent on their employees having the right hardware as well as software to perform their jobs. Just buying computers for every employee won’t be enough as you will have to take care of right hardware and software to perform the job including user license for them. 

The task is huge. “It is so stressful that you find it difficult to go to sleep on your huge pile of money every night. Soon, there may be an alternative for executives like you. Instead of installing a suite of software for each computer, you’d only have to load one application. That application would allow workers to log into a web-based service which hosts all the programs that user would need for his or her job. Remote machine owned by another company would run everything from e-mail to word processing to complex data analysis program. It’s called cloud computing, and it will change the entire computer industry” explains Jonathan Sinckland. 

In this system, it is the cloud hosting provider that takes all the load instead of the local computers with the network of computers constituting the cloud handle. 

Cloud talk organized by VM World aims to provide effective solution to all the problems faced by cloud computing users from all over the world. Event that will be held on 30th July also aim at the same thing where you will be able to share valuable insights with experts like Greg Stuart and Wade Holmes chatting with participants and predicting the future of cloud technology in 2013 and beyond. To participate you need to follow #cloudtalk hash tag via Twubs.com, TweetGrid, Tchat.io, and Twitter. 

The event that is likely to last an hour may be an eye-opener on many counts that you may not afford to miss in any case either as a client for cloud computing or as an advanced cloud hosting provider. For more information, visit the VMWorld blog at http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/2013/07/vmworld-2013-predictions-and-must-see-events-join-us-for-our-next-cloudtalk.html?src=vcld-2013-3-twitter-julycloudtalk-p-in-851


Author: Teddy A Jasin