The rise of webscale businesses like Google, Facebook and Linkedin have permanently changed consumer expectations in the workplace. As business units are demanding real-time data on customers, IT needs to transition from an operations role to a hybrid like Dev/Ops or App/Ops to manage petabyte size data sets, create scalable infrastructures, and enable rapid application development. As we enter a new era of IT disruption, early adopters that are quick to capitalize on disruptive technologies will lead the market.
What is Under the Radar?
At Under the Radar we select a handful of the industry's most compelling emerging startups that provide cutting edge solutions. Our companies present to top IT executives looking to partner with and acquire new technologies.
Under the Radar has been recognized as the most important showcase of innovation and deal-making forum in Silicon Valley. In the past four years, 67% of our presenters have gone on to raise funding and/or be acquired by Google, Yahoo, Cisco, BT, Microsoft, Twitter, Fox Interactive, and others. Now it's your turn!
Why Join Us?
Connect with over 300 executives from leading brands and businesses.
Learn about the latest technology thats disrupting the way business is done.
Meet face to face with innovators and thought leaders.
Hear where buyers of technology are placing their bets.
CIOs, CTOs, VPs of IT, architecture, engineering, operations, cloud infrastructure, developers, product managers, investors, and more.
Presenters get 6-minutes to pitch, and 8-minutes of Q&A.
Categories this year include: Big Data, Paas, Mobile Security, Management and Performance Tools, Cloud Services, & Infrastructure.
Criteria for Company Selection
Unique value proposition
Ability to monetize product/business
Large market opportunity
Must still be considered "under the radar"
Company must be an actual startup - not a new product offering from a large company
Get more information and register for the Under the Radar Conference at http://itevent.net/
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