Google, ARM and Microsoft to speak at London conference

ARM CEO, Warren East and executives from Google and Microsoft will be speaking at the Intellect Regent Conference in London next month.

The one-day event will identify the key trends that will define the IT industry in 2012. The speakers include industry executives, market analysts, investors and economists.

The conference takes place on February 9 at Lancaster London, Lancaster Gate, London.

Will discuss the implications of cloud computing and broadband mobile comms as well as the impact of social networking on the IT industry.

The speakers:

Nick Robinson, BBC’s political editor (chair)
Warren East, CEO, ARM
Antony Walker, CEO, Broadband Stakeholder Group
Liam Maxwell, Director of ICT Futures, Cabinet Office
Tom Wrenn, Head of Software & IT Services Team,
ECI Partners LLP
Claire Enders, Founder & CEO, Enders Analysis
Stephen Prentice, VP & Gartner Fellow UK
Robert Whiteside, Regional Head of Enterprise – UK, Ireland & Benelux, Google UK
Jamie Brooke, Investment Manager, Henderson Global Investors Limited
Nick Wilson, Managing Director, HP UK&I
Mark Ferrar, Public Sector IT National Technology Officer, Microsoft
Ariel Eckstein, Managing Director, EMEA, LinkedIn
David Callaghan, Senior Vice President UK, Ireland & Israel, Oracle Corporation UK Ltd
Brian Williamson, Director, Plum Consulting
James Calvert, Chairman and Chief Executive, Regent Partners
Anthony Miller, Managing Partner, TechMarketView
Mike Tobin, CEO, Telecity

Cost: £595+VAT Intellect members
£845+VAT non members

Contact: Tina Compton
T 020 7331 2011
E tina.compton@intellectuk.org

Tags: ARM, google, it, microsoft

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