There's no doubt that "the cloud" will play a role in one, more, or all SharePoint workloads in your enterprise's future. "The cloud," though, is appropriately nebulous. It's online, in public forms like Office 365 and in private, dedicated offerings, including Microsoft Azure IaaS (Virtual Machines). It's onsite, in clouds provided by third parties, and in your own, on-premises datacenters. It's crucial that you understand the variety of options available in "the cloud," so you can align your business needs with the best solution. You must also understand how to architect SharePoint 2013 to scale efficiently to the cloud. As an IT pro, you must be able to configure SharePoint in the cloud. As a developer, you must adapt to the new APIs and models of development in Office 365 and Azure. And as a business user or leader, you must guide your organization in making the right choice for each workload. Join the elite presenters for invaluable, first-hand guidance and insight.