What if you could pay for your Internet, or your cell data, by how much you use, like your gas or electricity bill?
As information technology innovation and investment slows, and chasing competitive parity becomes the norm among the Apples, Amazons and Googles of the world, what if “The Cloud” were treated (and traded) like a commodity or utility?
In our world of on-demand and open-source, approaching IT as a commodity would not only be a cost-effective measure, but it could help pave the way for a truly neutral, universally accessible Internet.
With POV’s from a commodities trader, a data center, one of the first-ever cloud exchange trading platforms and more, strap yourselves in to debate the future of the Internet.
Join us at Rise New York for our latest in the "TheoRise" series, which focuses on spotlighting the cutting edge of what's next in tech and fintech.
And no discussion about the Cloud would be complete without a livestream and live chat...over the Cloud...for those who cannot attend in person. Join the livestream, and our Remesh livechat, beginning at 10am.