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Getting the Best Value From the Cloud

IDC Multicloud

Optimizing Cloud Economics

While the principles of cloud economics are compelling, not every organization is reaping the benefits. Register to find out how to take advantage of cloud technologies, without overspending your budget.

Overview
Cloud and all its permutations will continue to play ever greater roles across the IT industry as enterprises pivot to a digital-first economy. Organizations look to automate operations, deliver rich customer experiences, and launch new products and services – and the cloud can help with all these. However, there is no silver bullet, and IT leaders need to think about how to unlock the potential of the cloud.

Some organizations have experienced higher costs by moving to the cloud, which has led IT decision-makers to question whether the promise of modern cloud economics is real or just clever marketing.
Why Attend?
The IDC Multicloud conference aims to connect senior technology and business leaders and provide them with the latest IDC research and industry trends.

Register for this event if you are interested in questions such as what are the perspective technologies that allow for building cost-effective cloud infrastructure, or how to recreate pieces of legacy applications using modern tooling.

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IDC Data Context

The striking shift towards cloud in the past few years reflects the compelling benefits to expanding cloud initiatives. With its ability to fuel agility and innovation, cloud initiatives are key factors in most digital transformation (DX) efforts. Despite this, IDC estimates that 10-30% of cloud spending is wasted, even as companies plan on spending more on cloud. (IDC Digital Infrastructure Cost Transparency, 2022).

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Knowledge Hub

Why Does Digital Sovereignty Matter in Cloud Buying Decisions?

Digital sovereignty is the main advantage of using local, as opposed to global, cloud providers for more than a fifth of organisations in Europe. However, this ranks far below other benefits.

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Learn More About Cloud Economics - IDC Metri Research

Leading global enterprises lean on IDC Metri for full understanding and optimization of Cloud costs.

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Cloud Infrastructure for Open and Resilient Capital Markets

Beyond high availability and disaster recovery, cloud infrastructure provides the capital markets with scalability and versatility that standalone organizations would typically struggle to replicate with traditional computing, networking, and storage solutions.

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Key topics

These are the main areas we will talk about at IDC Cloud Forum

Cloud Infrastructure

Application transformation and migration / Application investment strategy

Cloud Security

Data sprawl

Intelligence on demand

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Camilla Hove Toft

Conference Director, IDC

Peer Jensen

Senior Sales Director, IDC Northern Europe Region, IDC Nordic

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