Cloud Computing spend continues to sky-rocket year after year, and with it comes new cloud-architected technologies and trends. Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) continue to dominate the marketplace as the fastest growing cloud platforms. Whether you’re an Engineer or Developer, CTO or IT Manager, knowing where to allocate resources and where to cut back in your 2018 cloud strategy will be paramount.
Meeting modern demands for flexibility and agility requires data center professionals to leverage the latest and greatest technological innovations. Without any room to sacrifice uptime, how can IT professionals still manage to cut costs and reduce energy use? This summit brings together some of the world’s leading experts to present best practices and discuss how other companies are achieving efficiency while at the same time improving performance.
Some media analysts and pundits have forecast the future of email marketing to be on the decline. New legislation and technologies are changing the traditional means marketers can utilize email but are these developments threats or opportunities for the future of email marketing? Join industry experts as they discuss the evolution of email marketing in 2011.
The advent of cloud computing is rapidly changing the way enterprises think about deploying and managing their IT infrastructure. Cloud service providers advocate the creation of efficient and flexible infrastructures but does moving your IT needs to the cloud really make fiscal and operational sense for your company? Join end-users, analysts and industry leaders to learn how to reduce IT management overhead and master new classes of management tools within your own cloud computing environment.
As email persists as a critical business application used to share confidential information, it is becoming a top vector for malicious attacks and security breaches. With its growing importance and various end points through which to access it, how do you eliminate vulnerabilities to ensure that emails are secure and private? Join leading security experts as they share best practices for minimizing security, financial and legal risks.
Our traditional concept of the desktop is quickly transforming. Mobile device use is skyrocketing, virtual workers and virtual desktops are proving their worth, and applications and storage are increasingly moving into the cloud. Not everyone is excited about change, but the benefits are clear and there’s an ever-growing number of success stories to look to for guidance. At this online event, IT leaders from around the globe will share their insights into the latest desktop trends, tips and use cases that will set you and your organization up for success.
Whether you've embraced the cloud or are avoiding it like the plague, one thing is for certain - cloud is here to stay. While cloud computing presents new opportunities for efficiency and lower cost, as more organizations begin to adopt the cloud, the approach to managing IT services becomes increasingly complex. Join this summit to hear industry experts, end users and providers discuss the advantages and the challenges to help you decide if moving to the cloud is right for you.
Consumerization of IT is an unstoppable process which, for most of the businesses, means greater productivity, quicker response to market fluctuations and truly flexible workforce. In practice, it also means a growing number of mobile devices accessing confidential information via internal (managed) and external (open) networks. How can you ensure that your business will profit from the Bring-Your-Own-Device phenomenon without being exposed to threats such as data leakage, malware attacks and unauthorized data access? Join this summit to learn about the latest methods of securing your mobile infrastructure - industry analysts and experienced practitioners will be sharing best practices.
Web 2.0 tools boost information sharing and collaboration in a seamless way, leading to increased efficiency and convenience. Despite the benefits of web 2.0, data is more transient than ever. This open and connected cloud-based environment makes it difficult to know where data is located and who has access to it. Attend this summit to hear from security visionaries as they look into the new paradigm of web 2.0 security threats, the issues of privacy that has risen and practical tips on how to prevent large scale data leaks from happening to you.