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September 9, 2010 


Illinois Institute of Technology

University Technology Park
3440 S. Dearborn St, Chicago

Cloud Computing: CTO Panel Discussion - Cloud Impact on Education / The Data Center of the Future / Enhancing Resilience

The Security Board™s quarterly CTO Panel discussion for a candid debate of the Impact of Cloud Computing in Education.
CTO Panel/Participant Organizations include:

David Bieneman—CEO Liquidware Labs

Dave (Sunny) Sundstrom –Director Software Product Management SGI

Kent Klitzke—Senior Enterprise Architect HP

Russell Lindburg—Global Brand Executive IBM Business Continuity & Resiliency Services

Robert Sompolski – Dean of Mathematics & Technology Oakton Community College

Panel Discussion Topics Include:
  • School & Data Center of the Future
  • Incremental adoption strategies and reorienting to the blended fabric
  • Understanding the benefits and tradeoffs of physical/virtual, public/private, internal/external
  • Security, compliance, privacy and governance risks
  • Organizing for change: Roles, rewards and overcoming cultural resistance
  • Dealing with escalating management costs, lock in and other unintended consequences
  • Case studies and anecdotes on early adopters and emerging best practices

We will discuss Cloud Computing™ Impact on Education and the Data Center of the Future, while enhancing the Regions Resilience. And, how IT leaders, can connect their company with innovative technology that will deliver value and, enhance the regions resilience, for many years to come while fostering the proper Educational Curriculum necessary to support your Cloud Technology Manpower needs for Today & Tomorrow!
We also will provide status regarding Cloud Test Bed - Midwest Academic and Resilience Cloud Computing Consortium (MARC³) - being stood up!!

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