Key to digital growth: Always learning new skills

16 April, 2018
David H. Deans

Line of business (LOB) leaders and their application developers are applying a variety of cloud technologies for competitive advantage. IDC[1] predicts that by 2020, over 90 percent of enterprises will use multiple cloud services and platforms, with more than one third of these organizations having established mechanisms to operate their multi-cloud environments.

Are you and your IT organization fully prepared for the multi-cloud era?

We know that provisioning, monitoring and integration are critical in a typical multi-cloud scenario. That’s why at Think 2018 we explained “How IBM is Bolstering its Multi-Cloud Strategy.” These new cloud migration capabilities are the proven solution that clients seek to simplify and ease their transition to private cloud computing and new emerging technologies.

Moreover, IBM Cloud Private applies all of the benefits of cloud to systems you have in place. It can bring your applications to life, power them with public services without starting from scratch and run them within your data center. This is the cloud that’s built for all your apps, AI-ready and secure to the core.

Experienced technical support resources

Armed with new migration tools and a comprehensive suite of cloud service deployment options, our savvy clients in North America are already developing the essential bridges that connect their multifaceted IT infrastructure environments.

They’re also relying upon IBM’s extensive professional services and IT staff training resources to help them reskill their team to build open, cloud-native apps. Beyond migration best practices, clients augment their DevOps effort with IBM app developers, architects and data scientists.

Learn more about how your organization can benefit from our experience by connecting with us at an upcoming event. We’re ready to assist you on your digital transformation journey.

Knowledge transfer to drive your innovation

Here’s a current list of events. We’re eager to help empower your digital growth agenda.

What: Webcast – IBM z14 Family of Servers: The secure platform for every core business need
When: April 17, 2018

What: North East User Group Conference (NEUGC)
When: April 23–25, 2018
Where: Sheraton, Framingham

What: IBM Systems Technical University
When: April 30–May 4, 2018
Where: Hilton Orlando Resort, Florida

What: Webcast – 10 Hidden Gems of BRMS for IBM i
When: May 2, 2018

What: Nutanix .NEXT Conference
When: May 8–10, 2018
Where: New Orleans, LA

What: Red Hat Summit
When: May 8–10, 2018
Where: San Francisco

What: The Trading Show
When: May 9–10, 2018
Where: Chicago

What: BioIT World Conference
When: May 15–17, 2018
Where: Boston, MA

What: COMMON NA – PowerUp 18 Conference
When: May 20–23, 2018
Where: Marriott Rivercenter, San Antonio, TX

What: TUG Conference for Power Systems
When: May 30–31, 2018
Where: Toronto, Canada

What: Digital Banking Conference
When: June 6–8, 2018
Where: Austin, TX

What: Cisco Live U.S. Conference
When: June 10–14, 2018
Where: Orlando, FL

Meanwhile, if you need immediate assistance with your cloud migration project, reach out to an IBM representative or Business Partner to find out more about how we can help you today.

[1] IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2018 Predictions, #US43171317, 11-2017

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