In the world of technology services, change is underway whether or not we choose to accept it.
Soaring adoption of public and hybrid cloud combined with open source app development are directly impacting traditional consumption models. From a go-to-market perspective, services offerings are evolving to be more solution-oriented and readily available online.
And there’s an increasing need for automation and scalability of our technology and expertise as services professionals. (more…)
When it comes to private versus public cloud, we are no longer living in an “either/or” world. Rather, the businesses that truly harness the power of both public and private cloud are finding that they have a significant advantage over their “either/or” peers. The truth is that despite the allure of the public cloud, organizations still need IT at the helm. We trust and depend heavily on our IT departments to make crucial decisions around security, governance and performance. And after all, they have a vested interest in brokering the best solutions for their company that will ultimately drive business acceleration and the bottom line.
Brian Gallagher is President of EMC’s Cloud Platform Team. He is responsible for the company’s strategy and offerings for cloud native application management and orchestration. He is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Looking at the world today, more and more applications are being published and pushed to clouds. The rate of growth for cloud native applications is in the double digits. Unfortunately, there are still misperceptions about cloud computing.
The most significant one is that all clouds are created equal. (more…)
No matter what business you are in or the size of your organization today, if you are an IT leader, you must be contemplating the future of IT in the context of the massive change in our industry. What will it look like? And how can I ensure I fully leverage it to the benefit of my customers and my own company? (more…)
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