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2nd Call For Proposals: Cloud Slam 2010 - Springboard to Your Success
As you may be aware, the Inaugural CloudSlam event was hosted in April 2009. This was the world’s first ever Virtual Cloud Computing conference. They were said to have had a phenomenal turnout with over 800 senior level executives from the fortune 500 companies tuning in live, with over 1,000,000 archive impression views over the past 9 months. 

Leading corporations that were in attendance included Bank Of America, The Boeing Company, Wyeth, Starbucks, Chevron and Citigroup, to name a few, alongside leading industry analyst’s such as Gartner, The 451 Group and Forrester.

For CloudSlam 2010, they are expecting to triple the number of attendees who will tune-in to the live proceedings, with a view to reaching at least 2 million key, senior level executives from the Global 10,000 companies over the course of the year.

You are cordially invited to participate in Cloud Slam 2010 through paper submission, a workshop or a special session organization, a tutorial, an invited speech, a panel discussion, whichever sounds more appropriate and convenient to you. Submit your proposal before February 12, 2010 at to get your foot in the door.

They invite writers, editors and industry analysts covering the fields of cloud computing to attend the conference. Cloud Slam 2010 provides an unparalleled opportunity to meet and talk with the world's leading experts in cloud computing. To encourage media coverage of the Cloud Slam 2010 conference, the conference provides up to 2 press credentials to verified media representatives from each organization.

The official websites of Cloud Slam are: , and .
Published Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:57 AM by David Marshall
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