"Cloud is not a destination or singular path, but a transformation that places IT squarely at the center of the enterprise as both a leader and enabler of value-creation." Michael Dell
As enterprise IT shops are adopting cloud, they have been starting with Infrastructure as a Service in their enterprise private cloud and following a trajectory that targets a fully federated hybrid cloud, utilizing public cloud providers for Infrastructure, Platform and Software as a Service. In this webinar, Dell and Intel IT will share their points of view on the evolution of cloud, business benefits and path to Hybrid Cloud.
Dell will discuss their practical blueprint to help senior leadership teams make sense adopting cloud. This blueprint addresses the business value of cloud adoption, implementation scenarios, and the technical implications of cloud along with their impact on the enterprise. Intel IT will share their practical experience, strategies and advice for other IT shops.
Attend this webinar to learn more about Hybrid Cloud and how it enables IT to propel your business.
Michael Elliott - Enterprise Cloud Solutions, Dell
Michael Elliott is an Enterprise Cloud Evangelist at Dell with over 20 years of enterprise technology experience. In this capacity, he consults with companies throughout North America on their cloud architecture and represents Dell at industry conferences.
Michael started his career as a mainframe programmer for General Electric and held the role of adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Akron. Michael has a mathematics degree from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Pennsylvania State University.
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