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Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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Is Public Cloud Always Cheaper?
ROI Considerations as Your Business Grows

Date: Tues, May 19, 2015
Time:
2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT


Most digital media companies and start-ups are "born" in the public cloud - meaning they turn to it for inherent flexibility, scalability and low costs out of the gate. But what happens when success hits and their IT infrastructure needs to skyrocket? The same benefits that originally drew them to the public cloud may be the very things that now hold them back.

Attend this webinar for an in-depth look at the IT evolution of digital media companies from start-up through success, and the important considerations surrounding long-term ROI in the public cloud.

  • Learn about how IT needs and priorities can shift as businesses grow
  • Discover the common roadblocks businesses face as their IT needs evolve
  • Understand important ROI considerations between public and private cloud deployment models
  • Determine hidden and unforeseen costs attributed to 'shadow IT'
  • Explore how a hybrid cloud approach can offer long-term flexibility and scalability, while still keeping costs low

Secure your seat today

Webinar Sponsored by:

Carpathia | T5


Featured Speakers

Speaker
Craig McKesson
EVP of Cloud and
Colocation Solutions
T5 Data Centers


Speaker
Andrew Boardman
Senior Sales Executive Carpathia

 
 

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