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Dean Nelson, eBay Senior Director, will participate in the 8th IT Leader Forum

September 13, 2011

Dean Nelson, eBay Senior Director of Global Data Strategy, Architecture and Operations, will participate in the IT Leader Forum within Discussion Session Three devoted to business growth in a cash flow deficit environment.

Globalization and advanced information technology have changed the global market. Today, people can buy something being thousands of miles away from the point of sale. Critical to this process—from product selection to deliveryis IT infrastructure. Dean Nelson will share first-hand experience with on-demand services and cloud technology within eBay, the world's leading online auction company.

Dean Nelson is Senior Director of Global Data Strategy, Architecture and Operations at eBay. Before that he was a key player in datacenter operations at Sun Microsystems. In September 2008, he founded Data Center Pulse group in LinkedIn to track the pulse of the industry and influence the future of datacenters through discussion and debate.

Founded in 1995 in California, eBay Inc. is the world's largest online marketplace which allows users to buy and sell in nearly every country on earth. Responding to the eBay community, which had quickly adopted PayPal as its preferred payment method, eBay Inc. acquired the company in 2002. Since then, PayPal's customer base has grown, both on eBay and across e-commerce. With more than 94 million active users globally, eBay connects a diverse and passionate community of individual buyers and sellers, as well as small businesses. Their collective impact on e-commerce is staggering: in 2010, the total worth of goods sold on eBay was $62 billionmore than $2,000 every second. For more information about the company please

Organizers of the IT Leader Forum are the Russian Managers Association, Itogi, CIO, and Intelligent Enterprise Magazines and CROC.

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