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Cloud Credential Council (CCC) is Sponsoring Fusion18

Mark O'Loughlin

Mark O'Loughlin

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The Cloud Credential Council (CCC) is delighted to sponsor Fusion18 which will start on September 30, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis, Missouri. As an IT service management professional, it is the place to meet others and learn the latest in service management best practices and methodologies.

CCC Managing Director, Mark O’Loughlin delivers a Breakout Session on Tuesday, October 2nd at 11.30am – 12.30pm. During the session he delves into The Effect of Digital Disruption on IT(SM), highlighting current challenges faced by organizations and individuals and conclude with a very important message.

In support of the ITSM community and in particular the service management professionals attending the event, the CCC will give away up to seventy free exam vouchers for the Professional Cloud Service Manager exam. Winning these vouchers you will be able to test: RU Digital Ready?

Hope to see you there!

Learn more about the Fusion18 Breakout Sessions

Mark O'Loughlin

About the Author

Mark O'Loughlin is the Managing Director of the CCC. Mark is internationally recognized as a global thought leader and published author in digital IT, cloud computing, DevOps, cloud service management, and IT Service Management.

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