Webinar: Brokering Your Way To Cloud Computing Success

Posted on August 22, 2014

Cloud computing adoption is accelerating with a rich variety of new Cloud services coming online from public providers. This webinar addresses best practices for a successful Cloud brokering implementation, the different roles a Cloud broker can play, how to play those roles, and whether or not the brokering strategy is right for your business. Cloud […]

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Cloud Abstraction and Integration Functions

Posted on August 12, 2014

The following is the third excerpt in a series of three from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/REGISTER/416594561 If you have not yet read the previous two posts, catch up […]

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Cloud Brokering and Market Place Functions

Posted on August 6, 2014

The following is the second excerpt in a series of three from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21st: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/416594561 If you have not yet read the previous post, The Cloud: Problem […]

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The Cloud: Problem and Solution

Posted on August 6, 2014

The following is an excerpt from the whitepaper, Brokering Your Way to Cloud Computing Success. For more information on Cloud brokering strategy and philosophy and to receive the whitepaper, join the live webinar on Thursday, August 21st: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/416594561 Cloud computing adoption is accelerating as Cloud enablement technologies, Cloud management tools, and Cloud application development frameworks mature. […]

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Webinar: The Next Generation IT Architecture

Posted on May 17, 2013

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The IT Architecture of the Future is Already Here—Are You Adapting?

Posted on May 9, 2013

The challenges posed by the Next Generation IT Architecture are many.  However, the biggest challenge facing CIOs today is the fact that this architecture is already here.  It is not the future, but today’s current situation.  The future has already happened; you just did not know it. .  Achieving this this vision of the Next […]

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Titans of Technology: Pioneers of Next Generation IT Architecture

Posted on May 2, 2013

Today’s technology landscape is dominated by four technology giants: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. These four pioneering companies are the faces of the four biggest technology trends that are affecting all corporate, commercial and public sector organizations today: Social media Cloud computing Big Data Mobile technology The shift to these technologies presents nearly limitless opportunities […]

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Evaluating Your Legacy Portfolio – “Open at Your Own Risk”

Posted on March 11, 2013

Do you actually know what’s in your enterprise’s legacy application portfolio? Register for the “Legacy Portfolio Migration in the Age of Cloud Computing” webinar now.  When the legacy portfolio is opened and analyzed, the contents may be surprising. A legacy portfolio contains more than just applications.  It also includes legacy data and integrations that have […]

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The IT Platform of the Future White Paper

Posted on August 9, 2012

The IT Future that has Already Happend! Available from Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook and other cool and fun technology companies! The IT architecture of the future is here. This certainly was not imagined by CIOs and CTOs and Chief Architects of major corporate enterprises. Quite the opposite. The IT architecture of the future has been […]

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Release of Event Driven Governace White Paper: A Lean Enterprise Governance Manifesto

Posted on July 19, 2012

Improving Business Performance with Event-Driven Governance™   Governance as a discipline is either hated or tolerated, depending on the organization you talk with. Some organizations do not allow the word “governance“ in their corporate discourse because it is so overloaded with negative perceptions of overhead, over-control and compliance.  Mere mention of the word sends IT […]

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