The Need for a New Cloud Operating Model

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Josh Rubens, Cloud Solutions Group | Tom Leydon, Woods Bagot | Andrew Moloney, SoftIron

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Today's businesses have embraced cloud computing, migrating workloads, adopting SaaS applications, implementing DevOps initiatives and facilitating hybrid work. Cloud growth is expected to continue as businesses turn from pandemic survival mode to a more holistic approach. According Gartner, global spending on cloud services is predicted to reach more than $482 billion in 2022, up from $313 billion in 2020. How can organizations shift from a jumble of cloud applications to a methodology that takes advantage of cloud's full potential. Our panel of experts explores the next iteration of cloud and the steps IT and business leaders must take to achieve true business differentiation through cloud computing by enabling new services, products and business models. Join us to learn: --How to identify areas of cloud opportunity and create a holistic plan --How cloud integration can advance corporate initiatives like sustainability and diversity --Why business executives are crucial to cloud success --The benefits of launching a cloud center of expertise --How to start with a pilot program and grow Moderated by: Josh Rubens, Director, Cloud Solutions Group Panelists: --Tom Leydon, CIO, Woods Bagot --Andrew Moloney, Chief Marketing Officer, SoftIron

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