(Gawkwire.com) Knowledge is critical and IT360 Conference & Expo (www.it360.ca) keeps IT and business professionals ahead of the curve in key technology areas for 2010. On April 7th in Toronto, co-located at IT360 Conference & Expo are two informative conferences: the Cloud Computing Conference and the Asterisk and Open Telephony Conference.
IT360 Conference & Expo – Register Today!The second annual Cloud Computing Conference focuses on the IT Paradigm Shift happening throughout the IT landscape, educating attendees with such sessions as, “Separation Anxiety: Ensuring Security in Cloud Computing”, “Cloud Based Telephony” and “Service Provider Best Practices: How to Select the Best Provider.” This in-depth interactive conference address tier one issues, while giving attendees the tools and means of survival to thrive in the current economy.
The fourth annual Asterisk and Open Telephony Conference, sponsored by Digium, aims at maximizing business success by providing attendees with sessions such as, “Open Telephony Takes Enterprise by Storm!”, “Asterisk in Elections: Presidential Primaries and Beyond Case Study”, and “Mission Critical Asterisk on the New York Trading Floor.” This conference teaches how to maximize the value of a telephony system and slash expenses, while using multiple case studies to learn what worked and how to avoid pitfalls.
“The live conference format continues to accelerate lead generation and sales by the power of face-to-face networking,” said Bruce Cole, Show Manager, IT360 Conference & Expo. “IT360, along with its hosted conferences, continues to be the key Canadian venue using this proven formula.”
Both of these conferences occur within IT360 Conference & Expo 2010 and the sessions for all three conferences are available to attendees with a Conference Super Pass. This allows attendees to cross-select sessions from all three conferences to build the curriculum that meets their exact needs. It also includes the proceedings from all three conferences, unlimited trade show admission, feature presentations on SR&ED and the keynote address by Gary Warner on Universal Threat Awareness.