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Our Future is in Cloud or Fog?
Alarmingly, the minutes of a recent county council committee meeting revealed that one of the councillors opinion was "in terms of cloud computing, we have dense thick fog for nine months of the year, because of the mountain heights and the ability to harness this cloud power, there is tremendous scope for cloud computing to become a major employer in this region." Councillor Seamus Tiernan
Alarmingly, the minutes of a recent county council committee meeting revealed that one of the councillors opinion was
Our Future is in Cloud or Fog?

Alarmingly, the minutes of a recent county council committee meeting revealed that one of the councillors opinion was "in terms of cloud computing, we have dense thick fog for nine months of the year, because of the mountain heights and the ability to harness this cloud power, there is tremendous scope for cloud computing to become a major employer in this region." Councillor Seamus Tiernan

This story has unfortunately bounced all over the internet and obviously does Ireland's reputation no good. People that do understand the difference between cloud and fog are the ICTTF International Cyber Threat Task Force. They ran a hugely successful event in the convention centre on Cybercrime in July and are following up with an Executive Briefing on "Cloud Computing".

"All analysts predictions show that the cloud computing industry is set to be worth 100's of billions of Euros over the next few years" say Paul C Dwyer President of the ICTTF. "Ireland is best placed to provide the pots and pans of this gold rush. We have many unique factors in this country that means we can capitalise on this massive opportunity. What we are facing is a skills crisis NOT a job crisis. There are lots of jobs available for people with the appropriate skills. Cloud Computing is Ireland's golden opportunity and we have organised this executive briefing for senior management so that they may understand the risk factors in adopting the cloud computing model and also identify this amazing opportunity for Irish businesses"
This half day event will run on Friday 2nd Dec at the Europa Academy in Swords and over nearly 200 delegates have already registered. Further information can by found at www.CloudSecurityGRC.com
Yderligere information
ICTTF ICTTF
Paul C Dwyer
Tlf.: 0851746195
http://www.paulcdwyer.com
paul@icttf.org paul@icttf.org
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