GOING TO CLOUD? HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL CHANGE AND WHY

TIBCO Software

Enterprise technology leaders now see the cloud as the best platform for digital business. The move to cloud is on. To gain the full benefits of the new platform, application delivery teams will change how they structure and deliver apps, as well as their app strategies, sourcing practices, organizational structures and budgeting and accounting.
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According to every major independent analyst cloud computing is already the default IT platform for most organizations. While these experts universally agree on the positive business impact of cloud computing, your executives are unlikely to purchase a solution unless they are able to clearly understand the true value. Sound bites and broad statements about how cloud will help you “innovate faster” and “do more with less” are not always enough to convince today’s executives to authorize a purchase. You’ll need to (a) understand their drivers, (b) discuss the true business impact, and (c) deliver measurable results.


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(2015 Top Webinar) Irreversible: The Effects of Big Data on Public Relations

commpro

Commonly, public relations is a “relationship” business built on the basis of creativity, networking and the ability to communicate effectively through compelling content. But since its foundation, research has played an important role in informing the public relations process. Now, through the emergence of new research methods and advanced technology coupled with the demands of our accelerated pace of business, a new form of public relations is emerging where statistics spark creativity; where data drives more fully integrated communications decision-making; and where technology enables more people to act more quickly and with greater intelligence. For global businesses as well as for public relations, the driving force is known collectively as Big Data. In this new landscape, communications practitioners must evolve along with their profession to understand and come to terms with the science beneath the art of public relations.

The Three C’s of Cloud Management: Choice, Compliance and Cost

bmc

The enterprise cloud computing market is evolving fast. Trends in the marketplace show that multiple hypervisors are becoming the norm in the data center and so your private cloud needs to have choice. Other trends indicate a growing need for compliance and more choices to reduce costs and see a better ROI on your cloud investment.

Cloud Migration Services – Simplifying Your Journey to the Cloud

As more and more companies look to take advantage of all of the benefits afforded with cloud-based infrastructures, the discussion often quickly turns to “How do we get there?” For some companies, this single migration question can create an insurmountable roadblock that either keeps them from moving to the cloud or severely delays their migration. Join Michael McCracken, HOSTING’s Director of Professional Services, as he explores different cloud migration strategies along with the benefits and risks associated with each of those strategies.

THREE CLOUD QUESTIONS TO ASK IN YOUR RFP

After months of strategy sessions, budget meetings and proofs of concept, your boss has finally given you the green light to hire a cloud solution provider (CSP). Congratulations! So what’s the catch? You need write a request for proposal (RFP) and send it to select cloud computing experts about whom your colleagues have said good things (you have asked your trusted network for recommendations, right?)

Spotlight

According to every major independent analyst cloud computing is already the default IT platform for most organizations. While these experts universally agree on the positive business impact of cloud computing, your executives are unlikely to purchase a solution unless they are able to clearly understand the true value. Sound bites and broad statements about how cloud will help you “innovate faster” and “do more with less” are not always enough to convince today’s executives to authorize a purchase. You’ll need to (a) understand their drivers, (b) discuss the true business impact, and (c) deliver measurable results.

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