Pyramid’s Badii Kechiche to Moderate at Cloud Computing World Forum
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Pyramid Research’s Badii Kechiche will be moderating the panel “Why Multiple Device Uptake Makes Cloud Attractive” at Cloud Computing World Forum taking place in London, June 12 and 13, 2012. Pyramid Research (www.pyr.com) is proud to be a partner of this event.
As moderator, Badii will be leading a discussion assessing the main concerns associated with an IT-literate workforce. In addition, the panel will discuss the effects associated with cloud sprawl, as well as the issue of how an IT department can adapt to retain control.
The panel will consist of contributions from:
- Jack Cutts, Head of IT, The Nottingham Building Society, The Nottingham Building Society
- Mike Clark, CIO, Adecco
- Richard Alston, Rightscale
- Robert Daniels, Head of Management & Security, Vodafone
As the head of Pyramid’s EMEA practice, Badii is responsible for Pyramid’s advisory portfolio in EMEA and manages the analyst team covering the region. Badii contributes extensively to Pyramid’s consulting practice, leading and executing on strategic planning and market sizing projects in the region. His latest engagements covered thematic areas of enterprise services, managed services, backhaul, SP OPEX and CAPEX, FTTH, fixed/mobile convergence, among others.
Recent research contributions by Badii and the Pyramid team include:
The Cloud Computing World Forum is taking place June 12 and 13 at Earl’s Court in London. For more information visit: http://www.cloudwf.com.
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