The World of Cloud Economics
Cloud services have emerged as a new driving force for Australian organisations, facilitating a more dynamic and faster way of working that apart from reducing costs, ensures business continuity, revenue optimisation and overall speediness.
In the cloud, all business resources can be implemented, deployed and managed as though they were part of a collective unit, no matter where their servers are physically located or to whom they serve. Understanding the world of cloud economics is an essential step for all organisations before investing fully in the public cloud, to avoid costly implementations and derive the greatest value from their initiatives.
- In a world where everyone wants to run faster, how can organisations maintain speed at the right total cost of ownership?
- How can companies attain lower costs and more efficient use of technology through the adoption of public cloud?
- Which technologies should be used to integrate a hybrid IT strategy?
CIO at Macquarie Telecom
CIO at WaterNSW
Dean of IT at Western Sydney University
Head of Data Quality and Linkage at Equifax
Head of IT Operations, Security & Risk at Healius
Head of Cloud & Infrastructure Operations at Origin Energy
Director of Portfolio Delivery at NSW Department of Customer Services
Manager of IT Operations at Western Sydney University
Manager of Technology at Horizon Power
Officer of Infrastructure Development at APA Group
Architect of Enterprise Security & Global ICT at Lendlease
12:30 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 pm: Introduction of the participants
12:40 pm: Short address from Cloudera
12:45 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
1:45 pm: End of session