Real-World Private Clouds: a CBR Dining Club

Date: 23rd Jan 2014

Venue: Hush, No. 8 Lancashire Court, Brook St, London W1S 1EY

Tucked away in a charming cobbled courtyard off Bond Street, Hush remains one of Mayfair's favorite secret locations. Hush carries you away from the hectic buzz of the Central London streets to a haven of elegance and atmosphere, serving crowd-pleasing dishes in a glamorous setting.

Private clouds are meant to deliver most of the benefits of public cloud computing, but while still enabling organisations to retain full control. But can they really live up to the hype, and can the promise of consolidation, virtualisation, automation and self-service outweigh some of the potential drawbacks?

Attend this Dining Club to understand the pros and cons of private cloud computing in the real world, and find out for yourself why more and more companies are attempting to use private cloud computing to turn their data centres into information centres.

We invite you to join us in an evening of sublime food, great networking and intriguing discussion. For more information please contact Jenell Rogers on:

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