Joins speakers from Dreamworks Animation and HBO to discuss ‘Motion Pictures in the Cloud – Economics, Security & Architecture’
The sold-out event will feature presentations from industry leaders about real-world technologies for moving images using cloud services. Michelle will join speakers including
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