MVP BLOG - Event: CalTech event on Cloud Computing
The CalTech Enterprise Forum events are well done and provide an opportunity to go deep on particular subjects. This saturday, the topic will be cloud computing:
The global cloud computing market is expected to grow at a compounded annual rate of 28 percent from $47 billion in 2008 to $126 billion by 2012, according to IBM based on various market estimates. Please join the Caltech/MIT Enterprise Forum for their annual software program this year focusing on Cloud Computing. Our keynote speaker, serial Internet entrepreneurs, and panelists will share their knowledge of cloud computing, offering guidance, insight and practical tips for young ventures on how to best exploit the “cloud”. Our panel will explore questions such as:]]>
- Is Cloud Computing delivering on its potential for driving the next generation of successful software companies?
- How can my startup take advantage of cloud computing to gain a competitive advantage?
- What are unique new startup opportunities for Cloud based services & applications?
- Connecting mobile devices to the Cloud
You can register at the following link: CalTech Cloud Computing Event
I have the privilege of sharing the stage with some great entrepreneurs: Peter Coffee, Director of Platform Research,Salesforce.com, Arnulf Hsu, Co-founder and CTO, Central Desktop, Shuki Lehavi, Co-founder and CEO, Gumiyo, and Kroum Antov, CEO, xForm Computing / AlwaysOnPC.com.
I hope to see you there.