Computerworld: Digital Conference

The conference focused on a solid cloud strategy and explored the possibilities that working with hybrid and multi-cloud could bring.

Cloud solutions offered significant advantages in IT security, flexibility, scalability, and access to new technologies that were typically only accessible with a large development department.

However, the shift to cloud technology came with strategic, architectural, and technological decisions.

One decision that created significant value for many organizations was opting to work with hybrid and multi-cloud. This involved placing parts of the company’s workload and IT environments in the cloud while placing other parts in separate data centers. Simultaneously, multiple providers and technologies were often used, creating the desired expression and optimal effect of the cloud puzzle in the IT department

Advantages of Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

With hybrid and multi-cloud, organizations can optimize the way they handle workloads, IT deliveries, and large amounts of data with a focus on development and innovation – without necessarily compromising on old systems and workflows.

Hybrid and multi-cloud has a range of clear advantages, but it requires organizations to align security, release cycles, and multiple technology stacks.

This task wasn’t easy to solve. And that’s why Computerworld organized the strongest cloud conference of the year.

Watch the Recording of the Digital Cloud Conference Here

Get answers to all your questions about cloud, business, and technology from experienced speakers with practical cloud experience – all without leaving your home or office, as the conference is naturally held digitally. You will gain insights into:

– The strategic decisions made by several leading Danish CIOs in the cloud area.

– Opportunities within hybrid and multi-cloud.

– How suppliers envisioned the future.

From Technology to Strategy with Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

Hybrid and multi-cloud are no longer initiatives rooted in grassroots movements but are considered more as central elements when navigating the vast technological landscape. But how should companies embrace hybrid and multi-cloud when crafting a real digital strategy?

We visited concrete use cases enabled by hybrid and multi-cloud for organizations and took a closer look at the challenges we most frequently encounter with our clients – including cost, risk, and vendor lock-in.

In other words, we clearly illustrate how Cloud Native technologies and Smart Infrastructure can simplify administrative work and make the IT organization more agile. Computas is at the forefront of cloud-based technology and is one of the few Premier Google Cloud Partners in Denmark.

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