Maintaining Momentum: What it means to have a Cloud-First Strategy

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Is the multi-cloud here to stay and are organizations really adopting this strategy? ESG’s IT Spending Intentions survey shows that 81% of current public cloud infrastructure customers use multiple Cloud Service Provides (CSPs) and 53% expect the number of unique CSPs they use to increase over the next three years.

The proliferation of multiple cloud providers is far from being a point-in-time statistic and it is manly driven by companies’ desire to identify the cloud provider that best fits each application and workload. But what does this all mean? 

Join Jeff Lanza, a 20 year FBI Agent and cyber security and identify theft expert, as he provides real examples on the vulnerabilities that allowed the cybercrimes to occur and what organizations can do to prevent it from happening.

Also hear from Veeam Solution Architects for a clear understanding of current and emerging trends in cloud adoption. Learn about the challenges brought by increased IT complexity, and the practical solutions that can support your organisation through this cloud-first journey.

When:      May 14, 2019 (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.)
Where:     University of Ottawa, 55 Laurier Avenue East, 4th floor

EVENT AGENDA

  • 1:00 – 2:00 - Registration & Catered Networking

  • 2:00 – 3:00 - Keynote Speaker Jeff Lanza

  • 3:00 – 3:15 - Break 

  • 3:15 – 4:00 - Presentation Veeam

  • 4:00 – 5:00 - Questions / Networking Reception

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

 

Jeff Lanza is a 20-year FBI Agent and cyber security and identify theft expert, he provides real examples on the vulnerabilities that allowed the cybercrimes to occur and solutions on what organizations can do to prevent it from happening. 

Summit Sponsor

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This cloud-first learning opportunity is sponsored by Veeam®. As the leader in Availability across multi-cloud environments, Veeam® is uniquely positioned to help customers along their journey to Intelligent Data Management. 

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