CloudSigma CEO and Co-Founder Robert Jenkins to speak on March 20 “Creating Data Sharing Ecosystems” Session
Palo Alto, CA – March 12, 2013 – CloudSigma, an international, customer-centric, pure-cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, today announced that its CEO and co-founder Robert Jenkins will be speaking at the 2013 GigaOM Structure:Data conference, March 20-21, in New York City. Alongside Bill Gerhardt, director of Cisco Systems’ Internet solutions group’s service provider practice, Jenkins will be speaking on the session “Creating data sharing ecosystems,” on Wednesday, March 20 at 5 p.m. EST.
Moderated by GigaOM senior writer and analyst Barb Darrow, the session will discuss ways to create successful data-sharing ecosystems in the cloud to improve data portability, thereby making data more useful for both customers and suppliers.
What: 2013 GigaOM Structure:Datasession “Creating Data Sharing Ecosystems”
When: Wednesday, March 20 at 5p.m. EST
Where: Pier Sixty at The Chelsea Piers – New York City
Who: Moderator – Barb Darrow, senior writer, GigaOM
Speaker – Robert Jenkins, CEO and co-founder, CloudSigma
Speaker – Bill Gerhardt, director of Cisco System’s Internet solutions group’s service provider practice
“It’s really quite simple; companies considering a move to the cloud want to have better data portability than they had in their on-premise environments – but at a cost that doesn’t break the bank,” said Jenkins. “Especially considering how costly it can be to manually stream information out of a cloud, affordable data portability is an issue that needs to be addressed. Creating an ecosystem that allows organizations to easily move data in a transparent way from one environment to another, or between users, without fear of penal financial consequences is the best way to ease this concern.”
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