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Most traditional IT organizations have existing data centers that need continued support while cloud technologies are adopted. Organizations will increasingly live in a hybrid world with some applications in the public cloud and others in data centers. Gartner sees a hybrid IT world emerging in four distinct deployment scenarios, which we review in this session.
All IT markets are directly or indirectly disrupted by Cloud Services. Gartner predicts that through 2020 the Cloud shift will grow to $216 Billion. The magnitude of the cloud shift varies by market segment and geographic region. With this shift, incumbent infrastructure providers are exploring ways to defend their traditional business model. In this session, we'll provide Business Unit leaders at IT providers guidance on how they can benefit from the cloud shift in emerging markets.
Creating a flexible sourcing strategy is essential in the digital age, as business stakeholders require the integration of traditional and legacy with cloud and digital services. This session will focus on how to create a flexible strategy that is relevant to the critical priorities of your business.
Cloud is no longer an "if;" it's a "how" for most organizations. Many recognize they need cloud services to stay competitive, drive innovation and create agility across their business. Join this session to learn how to build and implement a "cloud-first" strategy for your business to consume cloud services at scale.
IT outsourcing complexity is growing and hybrid solutions are now necessary to support the evolution of the organization's digital platform. This presentation highlights lessons learned from several outsourcing deals and what should be done differently to succeed in new-generation outsourcing. What are the common pitfalls in SLA definition, and how do you ensure they represent the real user experience? How do you structure the exit strategy so it doesnt become a nightmare? How do you retain the ability to drive positive provider behavior?
Cloud computing, in its many forms, has become an integral part of IT. Yet, even after 10 years of cloud hype, confusion is still rampant. Learn the best practices that will help IT leaders, CIOs and IT professionals develop strategies that take full advantage of cloud as they shift to digital business.
This webinar sets out the current story of cloud security, providing an overview of the unique risks of the various forms of public cloud computing, so that security professionals can help the rest of their organization fully understand and address cloud risks. The unique security challenges of IaaS and SaaS are discussed, a summary of the current and near-term products and practices that can be used to monitor and control the use of public cloud computing are provided.