Government Cloud Forum HK 2010 (FGCFHK)

Venue: Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2010 End Date/Time: Oct 26, 2010
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“For a few applications you may need to run your own infrastructure. For most you will be able to pool, in the fashion of shared services. But increasingly we will all be drawn to the benefits of scale of the public cloud. Lower cost, higher reliability, and one day more control.”
Government CIO & FutureGov magazine reader

As one of the big five policy drivers for the OGCIO in 2010, Jeremy Godfrey and his team are focusing on how cloud computing can be best used to deliver more services to citizens and provide internal services to government in the most efficient way. Planning is currently underway and execution will likely take place in 2011. In addition, Hong Kong’s Government emphasis on green technology is further encouraging cloud computing initiatives.

Government Cloud Forum 2010 is the only dedicated public sector cloud computing event in Asia – bringing together end users in central and local government, education and healthcare, along with leading industry experts from the world of IT.

Building on the sell-out success of our 2009 Singapore Government Cloud Forum, this focused one-day conference makes sense of this technology delivery model – and sheds light on how the public sector can take advantage of the economics of cloud computing. We help you understand the planning and operational challenges and opportunities – such as how to safely embark on building and operating cloud services, and how to take full advantage of the technical and operational scale that cloud computing makes possible.