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The top question in cloud computing is "How do we build a comprehensive cloud strategy?" CIOs and IT leaders struggle with prioritization and creating a strategy to ensure cloud success. This cloud webinar takes a "cookbook approach" to building a cloud strategy, a one service at a time method that utilizes principles such as Bimodal IT. We provide actionable advice on structuring a cloud strategy document and principles to guide you, as well as suggestions on "which applications go where?" as a more tactical subset.
Organizações de todos os portes não realizam mais experimentos com a cloud computing, mas usam a cloud para a execução de serviços que são essenciais aos seus negócios. Elas precisam de serviços de TI focados na cloud para garantir que os benefícios sejam obtidos e os riscos sejam controlados. Este webinar explora as oportunidades de mercado voltadas para os serviços de TI relacionados à cloud, incluindo uma análise do mais recente Mapa de Oportunidades de Mercado do Gartner para Serviços na Cloud.
Cloud computing is now an integral part of IT. Yet, even after more than 10 years, confusion around cloud remains rampant. Cloud initially was disruptive primarily to IT itself. Now in its second decade, it's enabling seismic disruptions, across areas including digital business, artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT). In this cloud webinar, we explore the current state of cloud computing and cloud providers, cloud's role as necessary but insufficient catalyst for disruption, and the best practices that will turn the cloud to your advantage.
Edge computing is gaining attention and traction quickly. The edge is positioned as a topological design for delivering Internet of Things (IoT), a decentralized alternative to the cloud, or as a high level topology construct for saving money and reducing latency. In this webinar, we define edge computing and discuss its benefits and criticality for IoT. We review how the edge fosters new thinking about application architectures, network design and how edge is the fulfilling complement to centralized hyperscale cloud.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) helps defend against account takeover attacks, the most common type of cyber attack. A new crop of cloud-based MFA services provides support for strong authentication for a variety of scenarios. In this webinar, we discuss cloud-based MFA that can balance trust, user experience and cost. We also review commonly supported MFA use cases, multi-factor authentication methods, and adaptive access functionality that is increasingly demanded by security-conscious organizations.
It has been more than a decade since cloud computing emerged. Digital business is accelerating cloud adoption, with some infrastructure and operations (I&O) organizations being at the periphery of this adoption. In this webinar, learn where cloud computing is complementary or competing with I&O and how your organization should evolve to accommodate and thrive in this environment.