Last week we held the ‘Cloud Can’t Wait’ webinar with 451 Research, Brinkster and Flexiant. Here are 10 things I learned from listening in:
2014 is almost a wrap – can you believe it? With the year coming to a quick conclusion, we are looking back at the best resources of 2014. Here is our top 10 of 2014:
This whitepaper helps service providers to understand what scaling network resources really means, the benefits of having a truly scalable cloud, and some of the considerations they need to be mindful of when planning their cloud deployment.
Cloud can’t wait – get in the market, or face obscurity. Okay maybe that is a bit dramatic. But on Thursday this week, don’t miss our webinar with 451 Research’s Michael Michael Coté, Brinkster’s Jared Stauffer and our own Marco Meinardi as we look at why cloud can’t wait. Register now.
But what can you do to be successful? What capabilities do you need to bring to market? What organizational and behavioral changes will make you successful? What products and services do you need to create and launch? To help existing and emerging cloud service providers gain actionable insight into how they can succeed in 2014 Flexiant has assembled a unique panel of experts.
Getting into the cloud market? Already there, but need to position yourself better for growth?
You already know the cloud is where the market opportunity lies. You also know that it is a tough market to crack, but guess what…cloud can’t wait. With every passing day if you are not in the market or positioning yourself for growth, you are not on the battleground and the cloud giants are taking more and more ground.
Join 451 Research, Brinkster and Flexiant for our webinar on Cloud Can’t Wait & What to Do for Growth in 2015. We’ll look at why cloud can’t wait using data and insight from 451 Research, learn how Brinkster positioned itself for growth and discuss the industry as a whole.
Is the opportunity for service providers to make money from cloud shrinking because of the giants of the industry? Some may think yes, but we think it is all about how you maximize these giants. Cloud giants like Amazon, Google and Microsoft once threaten the existence of service providers. That is, unless service providers position themselves wisely against these giants making use of the very technology that once threatened their business.