How to Resolve the Top 3 Data Challenges for Multi-Cloud Enterprises

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Jon Osborn, Field CTO & John Drake, SVP Revenue

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Multi-cloud spending continues to grow year-over-year—as does its complexity—according to TechTarget and Enterprise Strategy Group’s 2024 Technology Spending Intentions Study. Reducing cloud costs, maintaining compliance, and multi-cloud management are just some of the top issues organizations are tasked with mitigating. So, where do you start? Join Faction for an engaging discussion on the key challenges customers face with their multi-cloud strategies, an essential session in Managing Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments Summit. We'll address issues such as the complex architectures needed for cross-cloud data sharing, performance problems with remote data connections, slow governance and security processes, and a general lack of agility that affects your team daily. Finally, our SVP of Revenue, John Drake, and Field CTO, Jon Osborn, will present compelling Faction solutions that can help overcome these obstacles.
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