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EDT: 2:00 p.m. | PDT: 11:00 a.m. | GMT: 18:00 After decades of owning and managing data centers, today's enterprise must grapple with the issues of how to support older applications, while at the same time embracing cloud services and the rapid march toward a digital economy. This webinar focuses on what enterprises are doing to solve both problems, while minimizing risk along the way.
EDT: 9:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m. | PDT: 6:00 a.m. & 9:00 a.m. | GMT: 13:00 & 16:00 This Special Report will examine the effect on IT and application strategies for those who assume cloud first and make the flip to cloud computing for business applications. We are seeing a significant shift from owning and running business application software to consuming and using business application services. Many organizations and vendors are making an assumption that cloud will be their first choice for applications. This is a flip of expectations and priorities into the cloud model, and many companies will require a reorientation of IT strategies for delivering business application capabilities.
EDT: 11:00 a.m. | PDT: 8:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 Decisions around insourcing or outsourcing are inherently complex. Midmarket IT leaders can use this agile decision-making tool to visually compare and contrast current infrastructure and application workloads against a dynamic vendor landscape filled with cloud solutions of varying maturity and costs. This tool provides a framework for determining the most appropriate service delivery model by examining a variety of factors, such as organizational capabilities, application performance requirements and compliance requirements.
During the past year, cloud-based recovery service pricing policies, service tiers and support scope have all experienced significant changes. One of the major reasons for these changes is significant service alternatives that became available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, resulting in service differentiation becoming a more challenging task.
Amazon and Microsoft offer a broad range of cloud data stores and databases. Each has its own feature set, strengths, performance characteristics and typical use cases. This webinar describes, compares and contrasts the different options for data management available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure to help you choose the one(s) you need.
Many organizations that consume Office 365 services are asking whether Skype for Business Online can be effectively used to replace their aging on-premises voice infrastructure. In this webinar, we examine the capabilities, limitations and implementation considerations of Office 365 enterprise voice services.
CIO sentiment is favoring cloud computing. Fifty-five percent of CIOs surveyed by Gartner indicated that by 2020 they will structure more than half of their applications as SaaS or manage them in a public cloud infrastructure. To manage and govern public, private and hybrid cloud services requires a focus on cloud management. This, in turn, requires new roles, processes and technologies. This webinar analyzes the state of cloud management and best practices in succeeding in governing and managing cloud services with the key end goal of IT as service broker.