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Event On December 5, London's increasingly popular annual Business Cloud Summit features a Technology and Developer stream helmed by The Register’s own Tim Phillips. For you, dear reader, that means finely tuned, guff-free content.

The theme for this year is ‘The Practical Cloud', so expect techies in suits, talking about real projects. Confirmed speakers so far includes a big IT hitter from BAE Services, Thompson Reuters' CTO, and Bill McCluggage, the CIO from the Cabinet Office.

The Reg has got the tech angle covered, but let's give a hat-tip to the strong business and executive strands assembled by show organiser Sift Media.

Fancy tickled? mosey on over and register your interest. We look forward to seeing you there. ®

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