Adapt Your Technology, Services and Organization to Cloud
April 10th, 2013 By: Bill Kleyman
Let’s face it – the cloud is here and cloud computing is only going to continue to evolve. Many organizations are either looking at some type of cloud solution or have already jumped in. The reality is that the cloud can be a very powerful platform which can bring numerous benefits to your organization. They key to creating that powerful cloud environment would include deploying the right model, involving the right technologies, and having the right business case.
In doing this alone, you may face various challenges in terms of best practices, services and just general knowledge around the cloud. This is where cloud innovators can offer some help. HP’s Converged Cloud Workshop helps you gain clarity on your cloud strategy, identify the cloud initiatives that can work for your business, and create a roadmap that defines your steps forward. It is an exploration and expansion of your understanding of the cloud computing model and how it fits in with, and changes the dynamics of, traditional IT solution sourcing.
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In this white paper, you learn not only about the evolution of the cloud, but you are also able to see how a strategic cloud workshop can set your organization on the right path towards the cloud. The workshop involves discussing a range of cloud computing concepts with customers, followed by questions about where they see themselves in their current as well as future cloud computing plans. The Converged Cloud Workshop works through several cloud elements including:
Download HP’s white paper today to see how the Converged Cloud Workshop can help your organization integrate the cloud directly with your business and growth plans. In working with cloud computing, it’s always important to involve partners who can help guide the way. By partnering with HP and using their workshop, an organization can better understand the direct impact and fit that cloud computing can have.