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Dropbox’s VP of Business Development Joins the Cloud World Forum line-up

Organizers have confirmed Dropbox's VP of Business Development Sujay Jaswa as the latest expert presenting at the Cloud World Forum - www.cloudwf.com - taking place at Olympia National Hall, London on 26th and 27th June 2013.

As Vice President for Sales and Business Development, Jaswa oversees all business activities at Dropbox. He comes from a strong background in Business Development, previously working at New Enterprise Associates, Playdom (Disney), Beachmint, McKinsey & Company and as part of Cisco Systems' Corporate Development group.

Dropbox is a free file sharing service with over 100 million users worldwide. Formed in 2007, it has grown considerably over the past 6 years, winning several accolades including Tech Crunch's ‘Startup of the Year' in 2012.

Jaswa joins a distinguished line-up of over 200 hundred speakers including:

  • Dr. Jeff Jaffe, CEO, World Wide Web Consortium
  • Adrian Gardner, CIO, NASA
  • Francisco Garcia Moran, Director General, Informatics, European Commission
  • Dana Deasy, CIO, BP
  • Jeff Barr, Chief Evangelist, Amazon Web Services
  • Oskar Stål, CTO, Spotify
  • Daniel Marion, Head of IT, UEFA
  • Richard Harris, CIO, ARM

Show sponsors such as HP, Dell, Microsoft, Rackspace and Interoute will be showcasing their latest cloud products and services to visitors.

The show is co-located with two additional symposiums; the Big Data World Congress and the CDN World Forum. The conferences offer the perfect opportunity to discuss the latest trends in Content Delivery Networks and the growing interest in managing Big Data.

Free passes are available to the event, please visit www.cloudwf.com or call the team on +44 (0)845 519 1230
Published Wednesday, March 20, 2013 6:23 PM by David Marshall
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