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A recent survey of Australian IT organizations identified cloud computing as one of the most important technology trends right now. That’s why Tech-Ed Australia 2011, which will take place August 30 – September 2, 2011 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, is diving deeply into the cloud.  Attendees will hear from experts about where the market is headed and return to their organizations with an extended skill set to help them harness the full power of the cloud.

Tech-Ed offers 16 Technical Tracks with more than 160 learning opportunities ranging from understanding the latest business productivity solutions to diving deeper on Microsoft’s Virtualization strategy. The Cloud Computing and Online Services track offers 19 sessions focused on a variety of cloud-related topics from “To the Cloud! A Lap Around the Windows Azure Platform” to “Connecting Phone Applications to the Cloud”.  Please visit the Session and Speaker Catalogue and filter by the “Cloud Computing and Online Services” track to see a list of all cloud-related sessions. 

If you plan to attend Tech-Ed Australia and will be onsite Monday August 29, 2011, don’t miss the Pre-Conference Technical Training session*, ‘How “the Cloud’ Can Help You Integrate”.

Led by renowned integration experts, this two-day development workshop will provide delegates with an early opportunity to gain insight and hands-on experience with Windows Azure. It will focus on how to maximize existing integration technology investment, architectural design considerations, real world tips and techniques and hands-on experience with the integration tools available today.

Interested in attending Tech-Ed Australia but haven’t registered yet?  It’s not too late; register now.

*Note:  There is a separate registration fee for the pre-conference session. Click here to learn more.

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