Outsoft Attending Cloud World Forum 2015

The world of technology in general and Cloud Computing specifically are changing far more rapidly than imagined even by experienced industry practitioners. To stay abreast of the technological currents that are shaping the landscape of the industry we participate in…

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21 May, 2015

Outsoft Attending Cloud World Forum 2015

The world of technology in general and Cloud Computing specifically are changing far more rapidly than imagined even by experienced industry practitioners. To stay abreast of the technological currents that are shaping the landscape of the industry we participate in top tech events worldwide.

This is why we are pleased to announce that Outsoft’s Head of Business Development and our UK Country Manager will be attending Cloud World Forum, one of Europe’s largest conferences on Cloud Computing that will take place from June 24th to June 25th at Olympia Grand exhibition center in London, UK. The event is as usual co-located with another top expo, Enterprise Apps World.

Outsoft will be at the Cloud World Forum (Cloud WF 2015) to find new software development customers as well as Cloud and tech talent recruitment partners.

With over 300 enterprise speakers on the topics of IoT, DevOps, Containerization, Hyperscale Computing, Software Defined Everything and more by the leading solution providers the event is guaranteed to provide plenty of networking and knowledge sharing opportunities that we won’t miss! Follow Outsoft (@OutsoftCorp) for presentations, research and fresh insights live from the Cloud WF event (@CloudWSeries) on Twitter with the official hashtag #CloudWF.

If you or your customers have any short- or medium-term software development needs in the area of Cloud or the IoT we’ll be happy to discuss mutual cooperation between your company and Outsoft. Feel free to email us at info@outsoft.com or call us our US phone at +18652824302.

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