How ready are you for the cloud?


Do you lie awake at night, staring at the ceiling and wondering whether or not you’re ready for the cloud? If the cloud turned up tomorrow morning, would you be deeply red-faced, horribly unprepared, hobbling around with your trousers around your ankles like the UK after the Brexit vote?

Well, cheer up: a workshop that addresses this very thing is on the way – and it’s free.

Frequent Socitm collaborator Eduserv, a not-for-profit partner for public and third sector organisations, will hold the special event at no less than Microsoft’s HQ in Reading on Wednesday 17 October.

And what can we expect? According to Eduserv, the workshop will cover: where you need to assess your readiness for cloud; how to effectively assess each of these areas; reviewing what’s discovered; and planning next steps and building a business case. So, you can expect plenty of insightful stuff.

Eduserv says that the interactive event is for IT and business leaders who are currently considering moving to the cloud. The organisation adds that to have a real chance of success, you must have a clear understanding of where you currently are, as this ensures that a realistic plan is put in place, helping to safeguard a smooth transition when the adoption starts.

In the, I say again, FREE workshop, Eduserv’s CTO, Andy Powell, and solutions consultant Colm Blake will teach you how to perform your own cloud adoption assessment within your organisation.

So, if you’re suffering pre-cloud anxieties there seems little reason to miss this special event.

Click here to read more and book your place.


How ready are you for the cloud?

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