September 27, 2010
Fletcher/CSI IT/Telco Strategies to Sponsor the Cloud Communications Summit
By Rahul Arora, TMCnet Contributor
Fletcher/CSI IT/Telco Strategies will sponsor the Cloud Communications Summit at ITEXPO (News - Alert), where thousands of communications professionals will come together this October at the face-to-face gathering point for the users and providers of hosted communications solutions.
Fletcher/CSI (News - Alert) has been providing with an accurate and timely assessments of competitive positioning, milestone achievement, market conditions, strategic opportunities, and comprehensive competitive business solutions based on verified information for twenty years.
The Cloud Communications Summit will be held on October 4-6, 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and is likely to address a growing need of businesses to put together and leverage cloud-based communications applications, process enhancement techniques, and network-based communications interfaces and architectures.
The survey of the cloud computing landscape, Mapping the Competitive Landscape of Cloud Computing, presented by Erik Glitman, CEO of Fletcher/CSI. Erik Glitman highlights some of the significant pointes such as what the cloud computing user would like to see in the evolution of the space, who they consider to be the leaders in the market, and perceptions of the role of mobile computing in the environment in the survey.
Erik Glitman is supposed to host “Mapping the Competitive Landscape of Cloud Computing” on Oct. 5 at 11:30. He is also likely to discuss the development of remote access with an assessment of adoption rates, likely futures, and key milestones in the process. The summit is anticipated to analyze how users deploy cloud computing, and likely growth rates for the cloud.
ITEXPO aims at exploring communications as a service that can drastically lower capital expenditures, reduce project risks, and increase service agility and value. During the summit, business professionals will get an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of cloud-based communications business models, market trends, and current large efforts and deployments. Further, it will also allow sales teams to learn real life cloud communications success stories and interacting with other ecosystem members.
Rahul Arora is a TMCnet contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Erin Harrison