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Go Beyond IaaS to Deliver "Anything-as-a-Service"

Details of Sheng Liang's Keynote today at 12th Cloud Expo / Cloud Expo New York [June 10-13, 2013]

Many organizations want to expand upon the IaaS foundation to deliver cloud services in all forms – software, mobility, infrastructure and IT. Understanding the strategy, planning process and tools for this transformation will help catalyze changes in the way the business operates and deliver real value.

Cloud Expo delegates will be able to learn thhis morning from Citrix Cloud Platforms CTO Sheng Liang's Keynote at 12th Cloud Expo | Cloud Expo New York [June 10-13, 2013] about the new ITaaS model and how to begin the transformation.



Speaker Bio:
Sheng Liang is CTO Cloud Platforms Group, Citrix Systems. Formerly CEO of Cloud.com, he's a technology visionary who developed the Java Virtual Machine at Sun Microsystems, and a serial entrepreneur. Before Cloud.com he co-founded web application firewall vendor Teros Networks (also acquired by Citrix), and was a member of the senior management team at SEVEN Networks and Openwave Systems, which developed software products for over 100 wireless and wire-line service providers around the world.

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