The economic case for cloud computing

CBR is pleased to announce another of our exclusive private dining events in association with our partners for the evening, Hitachi Data Systems and Simplified Storage Solutions (S3)

Date: 19th Jan 2012

Venue: Michael Caines Restaurant at the Abode Manchester

Schooled under the critical eye of Raymond Blanc, Michael Caines and his restaurants are now probably the most talked-about in the culinary world. With his unique take on European fare, this promises to be one of the best CBR Dining Clubs ever. Find out for yourself why he was voted Restaurateur of the Year by The Sunday Times whilst networking with your peers.

Most organisations are becoming more comfortable with the question of exactly what cloud computing is, and the various options such as fully public cloud, hybrid and private cloud. But the next big question is, how does cloud computing drive efficiencies in the typical organisation, particularly when it comes to storage?

This CBR Dining Club will look past the hype at the real savings that can come from cloud computing, particularly private and hybrid clouds. It will ask how cloud computing can simplify management, reduce complexity and enable the IT team to do more with less. It will look at the latest approaches and technologies that can help a company turn IT infrastructure into private clouds without having to abandon existing investments.

The event will also assess the potential private and hybrid cloud holds in areas such as self-service, pay-per-use and dynamic scalability. All in all, a fascinating topic that is taxing the minds of organisations and analysts alike. So come along to hear about the real economics behind cloud computing and what it could deliver to your organisation.

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