Launching Your First Workload in the Cloud

April 20, 2021 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

Cloud computing may be powering the world’s biggest companies, but it is not the exclusive domain of large enterprises. Cloud computing is a critical solution for schools and colleges, small businesses and non-profits looking for flexibility and scalability while lowering overhead and eliminating server maintenance.

Whether your organization’s challenges revolve around websites, remote work, student engagement, virtual labs, or building your own applications, the cloud can help you compete and thrive.

If you are interested in getting started on your cloud journey, join ITWC CIO Jim Love and experts from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and NorthBay for a lively discussion on the fundamentals of cloud and the benefits it enables.

Topics covered in this discussion will include:

  • What is cloud computing?
  • The advantages of cloud computing
  • How and when to migrate services to the cloud
  • Case studies you can learn from

This is a perfect discussion for both IT and academic leaders who want to know how to enable cloud in their organization but have hesitated because they felt it was too complex. Bring the questions you’ve been afraid to ask.

Can’t join us live? Register anyway and we will send you the on-demand recording to view at your own convenience.



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