Microsoft, DCU Business School and the new Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce will host a national conference on cloud computing and commerce to take place on Wednesday, 25th April. The conference will take place in the Theatre at The Helix at Dublin City University from 2pm-6pm and will be part of National Cloud Week, which runs from April 23rd to 28th.
The National Conference on Cloud Computing and Commerce is free and will feature presentations and panel discussions from over 15 business leaders and experts on cloud computing.
Liam Mullaney (CEO, Sage Ireland) will be taking part in the panel discussion about ‘Accelerating Cloud Adoption’. Watch our video of Liam talking about cloud adoption and Sage Cloud.
The conference forms part of National Cloud Week, a series of events taking place from April 23rd to 28th designed to raise further awareness of the role that cloud computing can play in helping to drive economic growth, support job creation and to deliver savings and efficiencies in the public and private sector in Ireland.
The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce comprising researchers from Dublin City University, University College Cork and Athlone Institute of Technology. It was recently awarded €1.2m in funding from Enterprise Ireland and the IDA to deliver the initial research phase of the EI/IDA Cloud Technology Centre. The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce is an important step towards capturing this potential. For further details on the National Conference on Cloud Computing and Commerce, visit http://www.nc4.ie.
For more information about Sage Cloud visit www.sagecloud.ie