Attend and network in person or view the live webcast
Cloud and the Law
4.00-6:00pm, 18th May 2011, Kings Cross, London N1
What exactly is the law governing data protection and compliance as it affects UK cloud providers and their business customers? How does it differ from the law in other European countries such as Germany?
Join us for the launch of the EuroCloud UK Guide to Cloud Computing: Law, Data Protection & Compliance, prepared with the help of international legal practice Bird & Bird LLP. With expert speakers:
- Roger Bickerstaff, Joint Head, IT Sector Group, Bird & Bird
- Kawser Hamid, Lead Policy Officer, Information Commissioner's Office
- Mark Child, Partner, Kingston Smith
- Lars Davies, founder and CEO, Kalypton
Join a discussion of the key findings, and benefit from informal networking with industry experts and a cross-section of leading cloud practitioners, kindly hosted at the London HQ of EuroCloud UK member Mimecast.
This is the latest of our regular monthly EuroCloud UK events -- all free to members.
Future topics will include Cloud innovation in the UK; Packaging and pricing on-demand; and our annual EuroCloud Congress (reduced rates for members) 27-28th June in Luxembourg.
Other membership benefits include reduced rates on partner services and conferences, enhanced visibility as an industry player and the chance to influence the profile of the industry.
When & Where
EuroCloud is a European network of local cloud applications and computing communities, each established to encourage and promote the interests and benefits of cloud within their own countries and across Europe. Representing over 2,000 Cloud businesses, EuroCloud is the largest and most influential organisation of its kind.
EuroCloud UK is a forum for companies engaged in cloud business activity to network together, share best practice advice and build the profile of the industry. Visit our website for more about our membership and activities in the UK. We are an independent membership organisation owned by our members and governed by a volunteer Board drawn from the membership: not-for-profit by constitution with activities restricted to support members and the wider Cloud computing community.