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- 13 November 2020 16:18
How to navigate towards business resiliency
Globally, technology leaders had their 2020 plans interrupted with the year’s massive economic disruption. Those embarking on transformation journeys either had to accelerate with tightened resources while adapting to the changes, or stall their efforts to take stock of how the business might change and adapt.
There are two significant factors influencing IT professionals’ decisions as 2021 approaches. Sure the cloud remained a primary way to quickly scale and produce high performance customer experiences, but simultaneously purse strings are tight and budgets will remain constrained for the foreseeable future.
While an all-cloud infrastructure might be an eventual aim, most organisations are operating a hybrid legacy, in-house, and multi-provider systems. This creates complexity, which makes running an agile and lean operation very difficult.
What to do? For answers, join a lively panel discussion with senior enterprise IT leaders across Australia, along with Jack Hamm, CSO and Head of IT Infrastructure at Gigamon, as they share the changes they had put in place over the past few months and their thoughts around planning for 2021 with the uncertainties ahead.
To survive the new tomorrow, accelerating digital transformation is a necessity.
The Gigamon Tech Summit: Resilience in the New Tomorrow, shows how organisations are able to run fast ahead of competition and stay secure but with little to no extra budget, leveraging existing technologies.
This combination of virtual events, technical workshops and industry-focused sessions will showcase real-life case studies and present technologies that helps turn disruption into competitive advantage, achieving business resiliency.
The Gigamon Tech Summit will provide the key to unpicking the conundrum: how to run fast, stay secure, and offer what the business needs (with little to no extra budget).
Join the plenary session on Day 1, with the keynote from Paul Hooper, CEO of Gigamon. Following a panel discussion on customer use cases across Asia Pacific, demo on how Gigamon pays for itself with the savings and impact we can bring to organisations. Ending with an overview of technology vendors with which Gigamon collaborates.
For more information
Adeline Goh - firstname.lastname@example.org. +65 6911 6947