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The Futuriom 40 Webinar - 2022
Futuriom has demonstrated its skill in evaluating emerging technology in the cloud market, identifying the leading companies driving these trends.

In 2021, Futuriom launched the Futuriom 40: Cloud Trends and Top Private Companies report. This report has proven to be one of the most popular resources on cloud infrastructure technology.

As part of a new annual tradition, we will be hosting a webinar in which our analysts discuss the details of the 2022 Futuriom 40 report, including the top trends in cloud infrastructure as well as the 40 new companies on our list.

In addition, we will invite special guests from the companies in the report to present their technology and tell you why it's needed in the market.

The Futuriom 40 webinar will cover:

-The top trends in emerging cloud communications and infrastructure technology. Some of the trends covered: Edge cloud, cloud security, hybrid cloud management, cloud data management; multi-cloud networking, cloud network automation, zero-trust networking, Secure Access Services Edge (SASE), and others.

-A summary of the top needs and challenges in cloud infrastructure technology, as identified by our series of end-user surveys.

-A summary of what happened to our 2021 Futuriom 40 companies, including acquisitions and IPOs.

-Our new list of 40 private companies leading the market trends, as evaluated by the Futuriom analysts.

-Rapid-fire elevator pitch presentations from the top companies in the report, to tell you why they are hot.

Who should attend:

-Technology and business leaders assessing suppliers for cloud infrastructure and strategy.

-Members of the technology trade and business media who would like to learn about Futuriom's take on cloud infrastructure innovation.

-Public market and private market investors looking for the next hottest companies in cloud infrastructure.


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Scott Raynovich
Founder and Principal Analyst @Futuriom
Raynovich has been following Internet and communications technology long enough to remember what Token Ring and Silicon Investor were. He has won several industry awards, including a Folio award for best website (Redherring.com, 1999) and an Editor & Publisher award for Best Business Blog. He is also a columnist for Forbes.com and Fierce Telecom. A technology analyst and writer for 25 years, he helped champion the rise of the Internet bubble as New York Bureau Chief for the seminal Red Herring magazine during the 1990s, embraced the telecom boom and bust as Editor in Chief of communications trade Light Reading for eight years in the 2000s, and published one of the first reports on SD-WAN technology at the Rayno Report in 2014, which was acquired by SDxCentral.com in 2015. After doubling the research revenue at SDxCentral.com, Raynovich left to start a new research business in 2016. Futuriom was founded in 2017 to deliver insights into the trends and demands driving cloud technology.
Mary Jander
Senior Analyst @Futuriom
Mary Jander has worked in technology journalism and analysis for more than 30 years. She was a senior member of the editorial staff at McGraw-Hill’s Data Communications before joining the founding team (along with R. Scott Raynovich) of the watershed online publication Light Reading in 1999. At Light Reading, Jander wrote groundbreaking stories on the optical networking and telecommunications bubble and collapse, chronicling the rise and fall of companies such as Lucent and Nortel. For the next 15 years, Jander held senior editorial jobs in a family of Light Reading’s spinoff technology publications, including Byte & Switch and Future Cities. Mary is co-author of Foundations of Service Level Management.