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Computerworld Cloud Tech Forum

Cloud computing challenges faced by IT management

Data Governance
By moving the data into the cloud, enterprises will lose some capabilites to govern their own data set – creation / distribution / use / maintenance / dispositition
Manageability
As infrastructure environments become increasingly dynamic and virtualized, the “virtual datacenter” or VDC will emerge as the new enterprise compute platform.  How to build management capabilities on top of the existing cloud infrastructure/platforms, and how to deal with management issues such as auto-scaling and load balancing.
Reliability and Availability
IT departments will shrink as users go directly to the cloud for IT resources.  Business units and even individual employees will be able to control the processing of information directly, without the need for legions of technical specialists.
CIOs and CFOs will start to craft their enterprises’ public cloud policies and centralize purchasing and procurement.
Virtualization Security
Large enterprises are building their own private clouds.  Private cloud serves are usually run in datacenters managed by third parties.  Private clouds address the security concerns of large enterprises.  They’re scalable, growing and shrinking as needed.  They’re also managed centrally in a virtualized environment.
New Skills Set Required
Cloud computing will shift the skills needed by IT workers.  It’s no longer enough for a CIO to oversee rollouts, integrations and development projects.  Instead, IT professionals need to focus on extracting the most business value from new technologies, e.g. project management, quality assurance testing, business analysis and other high-level abstract thinking.

Executive panel discussion: Is the cloud fit for business today?

Topics to be covered include:

  • How cloud computing will put you ahead of competitors
  • Real business cases for cloud that work for you today
  • Building resilience in a cloud usage model
  • Getting over cloud security fears
  • How private cloud adoption paves the way for public cloud
  • Regional trends and challenges in cloud computing

Moderator:
Chee-Sing Chan, Group Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong and Enterprise Innovation

Panelists:

Henk ten Bos, CIO, Ageas Hong Kong
David Herridge, Head of IT, Adidas Global Sourcing
Kwok Suk-Wah, CIO, AON Hong KongCloud computing challenges faced by IT management

Data Governance
By moving the data into the cloud, enterprises will lose some capabilites to govern their own data set – creation / distribution / use / maintenance / dispositition
Manageability
As infrastructure environments become increasingly dynamic and virtualized, the “virtual datacenter” or VDC will emerge as the new enterprise compute platform.  How to build management capabilities on top of the existing cloud infrastructure/platforms, and how to deal with management issues such as auto-scaling and load balancing.
Reliability and Availability
IT departments will shrink as users go directly to the cloud for IT resources.  Business units and even individual employees will be able to control the processing of information directly, without the need for legions of technical specialists.
CIOs and CFOs will start to craft their enterprises’ public cloud policies and centralize purchasing and procurement.
Virtualization Security
Large enterprises are building their own private clouds.  Private cloud serves are usually run in datacenters managed by third parties.  Private clouds address the security concerns of large enterprises.  They’re scalable, growing and shrinking as needed.  They’re also managed centrally in a virtualized environment.
New Skills Set Required
Cloud computing will shift the skills needed by IT workers.  It’s no longer enough for a CIO to oversee rollouts, integrations and development projects.  Instead, IT professionals need to focus on extracting the most business value from new technologies, e.g. project management, quality assurance testing, business analysis and other high-level abstract thinking.

Executive panel discussion: Is the cloud fit for business today?

Topics to be covered include:

  • How cloud computing will put you ahead of competitors
  • Real business cases for cloud that work for you today
  • Building resilience in a cloud usage model
  • Getting over cloud security fears
  • How private cloud adoption paves the way for public cloud
  • Regional trends and challenges in cloud computing

Moderator:
Chee-Sing Chan, Group Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong and Enterprise Innovation

Panelists:

  • Henk ten Bos, CIO, Ageas Hong Kong
  • David Herridge, Head of IT, Adidas Global Sourcing
  • Kwok Suk-Wah, CIO, AON Hong Kong

Door |2013-01-15T20:28:05+00:0021 juni 2011|Panel discussies|0 Reacties
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