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Cloud computing and Mobile: questions and answers from Mobile Monday London May 2014

Podcast - 16th May 2014

This podcast contains the audience question-and-answer session from 'Cloud Computing and Mobile'; a Mobile Monday London event held on 12th May 2014.

The discussion was chaired by Camille Mendler, Principal Analyst at Informa, with a panel that comprised Rob Easton of Google, Dr Janko Mrsic-Flogel from Private Planet, Caroline Van Den Bergh of Golden Gekko and Jonathan Raper from TransportAPI.com.

Google Cloud Platform is the annual sponsor for Mobile Monday London and also hosted the event at its London offices. The first podcast, which introduces the panel and prompts some of the questions, is available to download or stream from TheFonecast.com.

You can listen to this interview (and all our other podcasts) on our website audio player, via iTunes, by using our RSS feed, on the Stitcher.com app or by downloading the mp3 file directly.

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