Ingram Micro Cloud Postpones Cloud Summit 2020 to Early 2021
Largest Cloud Channel Event Remains Committed to Miami Beach
Irvine, Calif.—March 4, 2020—Since first convening in 2009, Cloud Summit is the premier global event that brings together innovators and problems solvers to help the world do more.
Ingram Micro Cloud has been closely monitoring the situation surrounding the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The health and well-being of all attendees and exhibitors is the company’s top priority and out of an abundance of caution, the company announced today it will postpone this year’s Cloud Summit to early 2021.
“We want to thank our speakers, partners, sponsors and the City of Miami Beach for their support in making this difficult—but correct—decision,” said Adam Christensen, head of Cloud Global Marketing and Communications at Ingram Micro. “We look forward to our next gathering of cloud leaders and innovators as we continue to support growth in the cloud ecosystem.”
Registrants are encouraged to visit the Cloud Summit FAQ site for questions related to the rescheduling of the event.
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