Round table: Cloud management in the ‘new normal’
The rapid shift to remote working has seen many organizations re-evaluate their cloud strategies to provide business continuity and operational efficiency at pace; whether accelerated migration to public cloud or retreating to an on-premises cloud model. The ‘new normal’ continues to challenge IT organizations in providing agility, economy, and governance to stabilize the demands of a remote workforce.
At this exclusive roundtable with Computerworld and Snow Software, Jay Litkey, EVP of Cloud at Snow, will explore the current global cloud trends and how cloud management has been impacted by the events of 2020.
Join us in an intimate and exclusive session with your peers to gain insight from one of the global leaders in cloud management solutions. During this session, we will explore:
- The impact of 2020 events on the role of cloud
- Global cloud trends emerging from enterprises globally
- Secure and cost-effective cloud strategies for IT leaders
- Future-proofed cloud management strategies for organizational agility
This roundtable session is arranged by Computerworld and Snow Software and will be run as a digital event from 14.00-16.00, November 12th via Teams Live.
The roundtable will be facilitated by Computerworld´s experienced editor in Chief Lars Jacobsen. During the session there will be opportunities to network with the other participants, exchange ideas and learn from their experiences to determine clear cloud strategies for the future, whatever your cloud model.
Lars Jacobsen is editor in chief at Computerworld. He has worked for Computerworld since 2006, among others as chief of development. He is particularly interested in how technology arises and is established in companies and society.
Jay will explore the current global cloud trends and how cloud management has been impacted by the events of 2020; whether acceleration to public cloud or retreating to an on-premises cloud strategy.
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