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Online Registration System of Cloud Connect China 2014 is open

50% super early discount for attending leading cloud computing event

SHANGHAI, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- After its successful debut in 2013, Cloud Connect China 2014 will be held at the Shanghai International Convention Center from September 16-18. As an important pillar for information technology revolution of the new generation and innovation of IT application, the cloud computing industry is continuously vigorous in getting more applicable. Under this background, the rapidly-growing Cloud Connect, founded by UBM Tech in 2008, focuses on the practicability of cloud computing, and concentrates on commercial activities of IT professionals and developers.

Cloud Connect China was firstly held in 2013, which has attracted 1575 IT professionals, developers, and CIOs, with 22 sponsors and 40 China and global media partners. Forty eight outstanding speakers shared cutting-edge technology and the latest trend of the industry, among which 56% are overseas elites.

Register now to enjoy a 50% super early discount

Recently, the registration system of Cloud Connect China 2014 is live. To encourage the active participation of industrial professionals and boost sponsorship, periodic preferential price system is adopted. The maximum saving price can be RMB 2940. From now to May 15, people who register are able to enjoy a 50% super early discount. (Contact us for details.)

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As both a conference and an exhibition, the event continues to provide a one-stop platform for IT manufacturers, developers and users enterprises, and thus helping participants to absorb latest industrial information and plan their Cloud strategy. Meanwhile, the event will also open excellent opportunity for companies to display their brands, technology and products, as well as access to active IT buyers.

Submit your Speaker Proposal to share with global elites

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This year, Cloud Connect China will focus on the global cloud computing industry and the hottest areas to create different conference sessions. Experts, top managers and IT professionals from government authorities and cloud computing industries worldwide are invited as Speakers to talk about the cutting-edge technology and development trends. Now the Speakers Proposal is in progress. Whoever has unique insights and successful cases in cloud fields may have the chance to share thoughts, experience and solutions to global IT professionals. UBM, the organizer, sincerely expects to boost and diversify the industry with you. (The deadline for Speaker Proposal is May 9th.)

Welcomed topics include (but not limited to) the following areas:

  1. Cloud Economy and Strategy
  2. Big Data
  3. Cloud Service Models
  4. Technical Architecture and Enterprise Application
  5. Cloud Computing Data Center
  6. Industry Application
  7. Open Source Cloud
  8. Cloud Security

Contact Us

Speech & Project Cooperation:

Mr. Hubert Guan

(86-21) 6157 7209

[email protected]


Exhibition & Sponsorship:

Mr. George Jiang

(86-21) 6157 3948

[email protected]

Mr. Jose Xu

(86-21) 6157 3935

[email protected]

Mr. Stan Zhou

(86-21) 6157 7254

[email protected]


Marketing & PR:

Ms. Flora Xu

(86-21) 6157 7245

[email protected]

SOURCE UBM China

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