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Learn How You Can Benefit from Cloud Computing Part 2 ̶ “Adopting the Cloud”

- April 1, 2013 - 0 Comments

In my March 18th post, I wrote about a series of Cisco educational webinars on the challenges and opportunities of cloud computing. Two of the webinars take place soon – April 9 and April 17 – so you might want to “check them out.”

In addition to those webinars, Cisco is joining leading analyst firm Frost & Sullivan, EMC, and Verizon Terremark for a live seminar series in three U.S. cities (Houston- Dallas- New York City ) , entitled


CxOs are adopting the Cloud at increasing rates, allowing IT expenditures to be targeted at business growth. This seminar will address not only why but how the Cloud is being implemented successfully with high availability, security, and regulatory compliance.

Each seminar will delve into the business benefits and adoption trends of Cloud Computing during an informative morning session. Attendees will hear:

  • Insights on satisfying ever-increasing enterprise and business unit computing needs through secure, on-demand Cloud-based (IaaS) solutions
  • The latest on business adoption and technological trends in Cloud Computing
  • Appropriate recommendations for bringing your business into the Cloud
  • How the Cloud can help you boost productivity, reduce expenses, and quickly respond to computing resource demands from new projects or business units

I encourage you to register to attend at the location nearest you.  Learn how utilizing the Cloud can make your business more flexible, more productive, more cost efficient, and more responsive to ever-changing stakeholder demands.  We hope to see you there

Dallas, Texas
April 9, 2013

Houston, Texas
April 11, 2013

New York City, New York
April 16, 2013

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