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7 Vendors To Watch At Cloud Connect Chicago 2013

Learn the latest in cloud strategies and technologies at Cloud Connect in Chicago. Our preview showcases vendors making news there.
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Infrastructure-as-a-service provider SoftLayer will showcase its entire portfolio at Cloud Connect, with special focus on its push into big data, workloads in the cloud and bare metal servers, which the company says are straightforward to operate and can be used to enhance performance. SoftLayer, a recent acquisition of IBM, is likely to address business values such as security, reliability, guaranteed response times and performance levels.

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re: 7 Vendors To Watch At Cloud Connect Chicago 2013
I expect organizational flexibility will be a key theme of presenters and for attendees.
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