#CloudDayKE to help businesses stay one step ahead in their Cloud Computing Strategy


Following on from the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 event in San Francisco, Oracle is once again running a global series of high-profile events as a wide-ranging showcase for the innovations unveiled in California. It is in regards to this that The Oracle Day event in Nairobi is planned for 12th November 2015 at the Safari Park Hotel and Casino.

With Cloud Computing becoming an increasing essential part of any enterprise IT foundation, it is crucial that business’ stay one step ahead in their Cloud Computing Strategy.

This year’s event will be themed, ‘Transform Your Tomorrow’ and will highlight the latest updates in Oracle’s Cloud Computing solutions that can help businesses deliver the experiences customers expect, the talent to succeed, and the performance the market demands.

The Oracle Cloud Day is set to deliver two cross industry tracks that businesses can move between in order to create your own agenda as well as multiple networking opportunities where you will be able to talk to experts and discuss experiences and challenges with peers.

Among the key speakers will be Alain OZAN, Applications and Technology Sales Consulting ECEMEA Vice President, Bob Hroch, ECEMEA FMW Product Leader, Dorothy Naeku Senior Applications Sales Consultant, HCM, Oracle and Avinash Ramtohul Country Leader for Oracle in Mauritius, Director for Technology Consulting in Sub-Saharan Africa among others.

During the event, business leaders will discover how they can reduce risk and complexity by using the most comprehensive, secure SaaS, PaaS and IaaS cloud offerings on the market.

They will also discover how to shorten the innovation cycle and accelerate time to market with boosted agility and increased reliability as well as how to transform their business with cloud computing.

The one day event will also showcase how businesses have shifted from governance to guidance using the right technology and skills to drive growth.

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