Cloud Expo London: Freeing Cloud Data

Get ready, London! The DataDirect team is coming your way next week to join our peers at Cloud Expo Europe. On January 29th and 30th we’ll be enjoying tea and crumpets at Olympia National Hall, while also clearing up come of the cloudy claims that are often made about cloud computing. Screen Shot 2013-01-25 at 10.12.21 AM

Software as a Service has had a dramatic impact on data access in recent years. Business critical information that was once within the four walls of the organization is now locked in a variety of SaaS applications deployed on the Internet. How can we regain control of our data and get a complete view of critical information, while still reaping the many benefits that SaaS has to offer?

I look forward to discussing these issues and more in our session on SQL for SaaS, which my colleague Jamie Merritt and I will be leading on Wednesday, January 30 at 11:30am.

During our presentation, we will explain how to free your cloud data in order to make the right choices for your organization. Mainly, this assistance comes in the form of Connectivity as a Service, which allows you to overcome data access challenges and regain full visibility into your business data wherever it may live. This service plugs seamlessly into your existing BI, ETL and integration tools, allowing cloud data to be accessed as easily as if it were still stored on premise. To learn more about key capabilities of a SaaS SQL driver, click here: http://ow.ly/h24LP.

If you’ll be in London next week, be sure to stop by booth 581 to see our solutions in action!

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Jeff Reser

Cloud Connectivity Technologist, Progress Software at Progress Software
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