What Makes the Cloud Great – Or Not So Great

Past Event

Cloud computing is changing information technology at an unprecedented pace and many organizations are no longer questioning its benefits and are adopting cloud services at astonishing rates. However, with cloud computing comes substantial risk, including an ever-expanding range of state and federal security and privacy laws, document retention requirements, and other standards of accountability. In this session, panelists from companies that offer cloud-based products, use cloud platforms, and invest in cloud companies will discuss the benefits and shortcomings of cloud computing and take a peek at what the future of the cloud market may hold.

Matthew A. Karlyn, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP

Raj Aggarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Localytics
Andy Cohen, Vice President of Strategic Development and Investments, Citrix Systems, Inc.
Roger Krakoff, Founder and Managing Partner, Cloud Capital Partners
Prasad Thammineni, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, OfficeDrop


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