A View from the Cloud:
IEEE Cloud 2012 Conference
IEEE CLOUD 2012 brought together industry professionals, researchers, academics, and government workers to explore the challenges and opportunities of cloud computing, the so-called "fourth wave" of computing. This video showcases some of the key concepts and activities from the conference and points to the ongoing efforts to turn cloud computing into the successful leap that so many computing leaders believe it will be. More from the IEEE Cloud 2012 Conference
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