The inaugural Cloud East Africa Summit will be held in Nairobi on 7 September 2012. The summit will a platform for IT professionals, Chief Information Security Officers and cloud computing experts from top global companies to discuss crucial industry issues facing IT security and cloud computing.
International business-to-business conferencing company Kinetic Events in partnership with the Kenya ICT Board and KITOS are proud to host Samuel Kamarkor Rutto, ICT Director at Globe Track International, Kenya.
The Kenya based media monitoring company offers market intelligence solutions for organisations seeking to make sense of information within the public domain. Samuel boasts an impressive résumé fortified with a Masters in Managed Information Systems, and a Degree in Telecommunications and Information Technology.
At GTI Samuel is tasked with ICT strategy formulation and implementation with hands on experience in cellular radio networks and transmission network planning. Samuel knows the ropes when it comes to distributed business systems design implementation and support. With a passion for using IT to drive innovation, Samuel was recognised and listed among CIO East Africa’s Top 100 List of CIO’s in 2011.
Samuel will deliver a must-attend topical discussion at the summit, with a focus on cloud computing, security and the evolving technologies, prompting debate on highly relevant and important topics and trends within the industry. Samuel will explore potential avenues for cost reduction, improved efficiency and innovation and address the effectiveness of moving to the cloud.
The strategic educational summit is aimed at business and technology leaders with the need to understand how cloud computing is fundamentally transforming the way in which we think about, acquire and use computing resources.
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