|By Kevin Jackson||
|June 22, 2014 07:49 PM EDT||
Kevin Jackson, a certified Learning Tree cloud computing instructor and Learning Tree Cloud Computing Curriculum Initiative Manager, is set to speak at two exciting cloud computing conferences in June.
On June 16, 2014, Mr. Jackson will be speaking at the inaugural “Cloud for Vets Training Class at Veterans 360 in San Diego, CA, and on June 21, 2014 will be speaking at the Congress of Cloud Computing 2014 at the Dalian World Expo Center in China.
Veterans 360 Services, a San Diego non-profit organization, is launching a new program aimed at helping veterans transition from the military and into a meaningful career in emerging cloud technology services. Traditional IT is rapidly transitioning to Cloud Technology and this organization aims to give veterans the cloud computing skills they need to succeed in this industry. Learning Tree is also a proud supporter of this organization. Learn more about the organization at their website: http://vets360.org/blog/
Next, Mr. Jackson will be speaking on Cloud Services Brokerage for International Disaster Response at BIT’s 3rd Annual World Congress of Cloud Computing in China. This event will aim to strengthen the technical and business ties in cloud computing in order to bring together experts and industry leaders to share technological advancements and experiences within the industry.
Kevin L. Jackson is the Founder and CEO of GovCloud Network, a management consulting firm specializing in helping corporation adapt to the new cloud computing environment. Through his “Cloud Musings” blog, Mr. Jackson has been recognized as one of Cloud Computing Journal “World’s 30 Most Influential Cloud Bloggers” (2009, 2010), a Huffington Post Top 100 Cloud Computing Experts on Twitter (2013) and the author of a FedTech Magazine “Must Read Federal IT Blog
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