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Cloud acceleration became a business necessity in the months following March of 2020. There were new demands on technology and business leaders, from flexible working environments to scaling telehealth and numerous innovative digital experiences. As a result, these leaders turned rapidly to cloud services.
In this new reality, organizations stopped asking, “should we move to the cloud?” and found themselves facing the question: “Cloud happens. Now what?”
Hear from our panel of experts, who will address how organizations can tackle the formidable challenges and take advantage of the incredible opportunities of operating in multicloud and hybrid cloud environments today. In addition, you will leave the session with essential strategies to be successful in the multicloud world we work in today.
Speakers to include:
- Ivneet Kaur is the Chief Technology Officer of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and is responsible for overall technology strategy (Architecture) as well as driving the design, build & adoption of global foundational capabilities (Cloud, DevSecOps / QE, API Platforms) to drive modernization of SVB’s technology stack.
- James Kaplan is a leader of McKinsey Technology, which helps enterprises get the most value from technology investments and allows investors and providers to make winning investments in enterprise-technology marks. He focuses on technology operating models, cloud adoption, cybersecurity programs, and large-scale architecture.
- James Hodge has a passion for using data to enable organizations to empower individuals to make informed decisions. He has spent his career at data analytics companies in roles spanning product management, technical consulting, evangelism and various leadership positions. James is also privileged to be leading Splunk’s relationship with McLaren Racing.
- Kevin McLaughlin joined The Information in 2016 after 11 years covering enterprise technology and cloud computing at CRN, a technology trade industry publication. Previously, he was a technical writer for France Telecom’s R&D division and a reporter at Business 2.0.