Check out upcoming events by this organizer, or organize your very own event.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Join Us for the First Cloud Community Conference at Bentley University!
Boston has a highly diverse tech community, if there's one thing that ties all of us together, it's the cloud--so join us for a comprehensive tech conference for everyone from mobile app developers to in-house IT professionals to meet on common ground.
Whether you’re an analytics application or a great new video platform, pretty much everything exciting that’s happening in Boston is cloud based technology. It’s the one thing that brings together enterprise and consumer, mobile and web, developers and corporate IT teams. And it’s a chance to seriously connect on the common platform of an unconference on the tectonic change that has made our ecosystem possible. It’s a place for everybody seriously interested in enterprise IT, from in-house teams to the companies selling in to them, to get together for a great day of learning and fun. We'll have a theme, but the discussion will be free-flowing.
The Theme: Security and The Cloud
Whether you're marketing a cloud application and trying to assure IT teams of its security, or you're on an IT team and worried about all those rogue apps users are installing on their systems, this is the conference for you. In this era of BYOD and social media, how do you keep the cloud secure?
Let's step back from the hype and the anxiety and look at how secure the brave new era of cloud really is. Learn how to dispel the myths, address the concerns, and move forward with cloud computing.
Sravish Sridhar, Founder and CEO, Kinvey
John Dodge, Editor, Enterprise CIO Forum
Bill Wilder, Coding Out Loud
Discussing "Is the Cloud Secure? Compared to What?"
This event leads into CloudCamp Boston, the afternoon's unconference, which is free of charge:
CloudCamp is coming to Bentley University, co-located this year with CoLab 2013. The focus this year is on open standards and interoperability in the cloud, so come prepared with your best ideas on how the cloud is facilitating interoperability among systems to create more robust solutions. To register separately for CloudCamp only, click here
Where and When?
Where: Bentley University Conference Center
When: March 12, 12pm-8pm
Cost: $25, Includes Lunch, and Dinner, and afterparty
SIPfoundry is the leading open source Virtualized Communications community and the home of the sipXecs open source unified communications and collaboration project.
We are a community of experts dedicated to the development of SIP and XMPP based communications solutions. Founded in 2004 as an independent 501(3)c not-for-profit corporation based in Massachusetts, SIPfoundry is governed by an independent board of directors. SIPfoundry is open an invites all interested parties to cooperate and collaborate. While the sipXecs project is the largest active project at SIPfoundry, we are open to making available our infrastructure to other interested projects. sipXes is developed by eZuce and a commercial enterprise edition of the sipXecs solution is available from eZuce with full support, software maintenance, training, indemnification, and other services.
Your message has been sent!
In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.