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In December, the increasingly popular annual Business Cloud Summit will feature a Technology and Developer stream that is driven by The Register’s own Tim Phillips. Why, you might ask, does that matter? Well, it virtually guarantees the tech stream will be largely guff free and that, if nothing else, it will be a perfectly tuned for you, dear reader.

The theme for this year is ‘The Practical Cloud.’ So expect tech’s in suits, talking about real projects. Some of the confirmed speakers so far include one of the head honchos from IT Services in BAE Services, the CTO from Thompson Reuters and Bill McCluggage the CIO from the Cabinet Office. Between them they’re packing some hefty cloud experience.

It’s not just Tim who will be providing the entertainment on the day of course, others are doing their bit too. The event itself consists of three streams – tech, discussed above, a business stream, and the executive leadership stream.

Anyway, we suspect it’s the tech stream that will interest you and if that’s the case you should mosey on over here and register your interest. We will look forward to seeing you there.

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