“The cloud” is hard to talk about without getting into arguments that have nothing to do with simple costs and benefits. For many executives, the cloud is either where all computing should already be happening or a scary cyber wild-west with no security and no reliability. Cloud conversations must move past vague impressions (both the hobgoblins and the pixie dust) in order for organizations to develop a reasonable approach to using a cloud strategy to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of IT operations.
This episode of E2 Radio will bring experts together to talk about how to separate fact from fiction in the discussion of cloud computing, and how to clearly define cloud justification and goals in language that executives will understand. We’ll talk about how to assess whether a public, private, or hybrid cloud makes the most sense for your strategic goals; how to balance business requirements against cloud costs and risk; and how to leverage your existing tech investments along the way. Master these topics, and you’ll be on your way to leading your organization to a successful cloud strategy. Join E2 editors and their expert guests for an episode that will have you and your fellow executives talking (profitably) for months to come.