In Part Two of the World Wide Technology (WWT) TEC17 episode on Multicloud environments, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss issues relating to mature organizations, in other words, those who have migrated to a Multicloud environment. The issues that Kevin and Bryan discuss include how these organizations are defined, how WWT is uniquely positioned with their expertise and solutions to support organizations in the Multicloud space, and they conclude by describing several compelling use cases on this topic.
Moving into a Multicloud environment is a big challenge for organizations. A lot of factors must be considered. In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC17 series, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss the transition to Multicloud and key considerations about this migration. Kevin and Bryan first define Multicloud, and then discuss how public and private cloud differ from Multicloud, misconceptions about moving to Multicloud, key considerations when first moving to a Multicloud environment and several use cases on this move.
For years now, large enterprises have been seeing a rise in their number of remote workers. Some organizations have had remote worker policies in place while others are just starting to move into this new working environment. The coronavirus, COVID-19, has forced almost every organization to implement a remote worker policy and in a very short time, days rather than weeks or months.
In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC17 podcast series, WWT experts Joe Berger and Brandon Echele discuss the most important aspects of the remote worker environment. Joe and Brandon are leaders in WWT’s Digital Workspace practice. They discuss the tools that organizations need to implement these policies quickly, how this affects the increasing number of virtual meetings that workers have to participate in, how IT needs to prepare for a massive shift to a remote workforce, like in the situation with the coronavirus, and some tips on how to keep remote workers engaged and productive.
As with any transformative technology, implementing AIOps is often easier said than done. The process can involve a series of hurdles, from technical implementation to the cultural challenge of selling the tools into the wider business. In the final installment of our four-part series on AIOps, WWT’s Jas Binning and Paul Robinson explore the challenges facing AIOps implementation, and how to take the sting out of them.
Ops teams have more data today than ever before. But in an increasingly complex environment, how can they fish out the key data that will help them remedy operational issues? And how can they use this operational data to generate real value for the business?
In the third podcast in our four-part series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic and Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics explore the idea of the ‘data-smart’ business: one that isn’t just data-driven, but has implemented tools that quickly unearth the most prescient data for operations teams, that join the dots between this data and revenue for the C-suite, and that can be used to provide competitive advantage.
Today, Ops teams face increasingly complex operational environments while simultaneously dealing with reductions in time, budgets, resources and team sizes. How can organisations cope with this paradox and successfully do more with less?
In the second episode in our four-part podcast series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics and Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic explore how AIOps tools can be used to alleviate the difficulty of managing increasingly complex environments with reduced ops resources.
For more information about anything we’ve discussed, please visit WWT.com or reach out to Jas Binning or Paul Robinson if you have specific questions about how AIOps can support your business.
In our always-on, ever-connected age, businesses can no longer tolerate operational downtime. Many are turning to sophisticated AI Operations (AIOps) solutions to help nip operational disruption in the bud. But what exactly is AIOps? In the first of a four-part TEC17 series on AIOps, Jas Binning from World Wide Technology’s London team and Keith Whiteside from E2Tech look to define AI Operations, and explore its potential to solve real-world business challenges.
Zero Trust architecture is the nirvana of enterprise segmentation. With the current state of cybersecurity and advanced threats that exist today, security teams want this approach. In today’s episode of World Wide Technology’s TEC17, experts Aaron Woland of Cisco and Kent Noyes of WWT discuss this ultimate approach to cybersecurity threats. Aaron and Kent discuss what Zero Trust is, how it helps business organizations, why it is a journey worth moving toward, what are some common applications for Zero Trust architecture and the solutions that Cisco and WWT can provide to businesses to advance on the journey toward the ultimate goal of Zero Trust.