Cloud Strategy 101: 10 things to consider for your modern private cloud strategy

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Siddick ELAHEEBOCUS | Technology strategist | Trainer | Speaker

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10 things from the trenches to consider for your modern private cloud strategy Private cloud remains an important component within the digital transformation and cloud-first strategy of many organisations to host critical data and workloads. In this vendor-agnostic webinar we will have a bird’s eye view of the ten top things from the trenches that must be taken into consideration for a successful modern private cloud strategy focusing around people, process and technology. The objectives of this webinar is to provide the attendees with the building blocks of a modern private cloud and to help them move to the starting block to cloud-ready their organisation's IT infrastructure. About the presenter Siddick ELAHEEBOCUS is quadrilingual technology strategist, trainer and speaker with eighteen years of international experience within the IT industry. His areas of expertise is focused around datacentre modernization (private cloud, hybrid cloud and public cloud), workplace modernization and IT security modernization. He is also a frequent technology speaker. Siddick currently works as Director for an IT services company providing vendor-agnostic technical and strategic advisory services, high-end professional IT services and training to organisations of all sizes to assist them in their digital transformation strategy. You can find more about Siddick by scanning the QR code on the title slide.
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