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Event On December 5, London's annual Business Cloud Summit kicks off with a Technology and Developer stream helmed by The Register’s own Tim Phillips. Better still, we've persuaded the organisers to give away 20 free conference passes*. The first 20 of you heading across to http://www.businesscloudsummit.com/ and entering the code ‘REG01’ when placing your order will be in the running for these freebies up for grabs.

As well as looking at the infrastructure requirements for organisations adopting the Cloud delivery model, Tim’s stream will explore the role of developers and has dedicated sessions on IaaS, PaaS, technical standards and the merits (or otherwise) of Private v Public v Hybrid Clouds. You can check out the current agenda,here. New speakers are being added week by week, but here’s the current confirmed batch:

  • David Aird, Head of IT, Mitie
  • James Governor, Redmonk
  • Nick Capel, IT Director, Commercial, Royal Mail Group
  • Cesar Ramanauskas, Systems Engineer, EAT
  • Charles Newhouse, head of strategy and design at BAE Systems
  • Andrew Jordan, CTO, Governance, Risk & Compliance, Thomson Reuters
  • Peter Clarke, CTO, Isle of Man Government
  • Bill Mc Cluggage, Deputy CIO, Cabinet Office

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

*free conference passes are subject to eligibility

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