Can the Cloud Really Help Your Business?
Thursday, Oct 26th at 1:00 PM EST
Despite the quickly changing technology landscape, the business problems we have to address each day remain the same:
- How to better manage operational costs
- What is the single source of truth and how do we get it and preserve it
- How do we engage with our customers, partners, and vendors more efficiently
- How do we make sense of the data we have and/or get better data to make better decisions
Join TekStream as we discuss the opportunities Cloud technologies, through Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, and Software as a Service, bring to businesses trying to address common issues in a more agile approach with better results. During the TekTalk session, we will explore what problems people are trying to solve, how does technology help or hinder their efforts, how to think outside of the box, and how the right mix of Cloud technologies can provide the results people are looking for.
In this 30 minute TekTalk, you'll learn about:
- Common business problems that can be addressed through Cloud technologies
- How Cloud technologies can work together, and with on-premise applications, to provide tailored solutions that meet growing business needs
- How to break the traditional 80/20 rule of software where 80% of business requirements are addressed by typical software, but users struggle to succeed despite 20% of requirements not being met
VP of Solutions, TekStreamAs Vice President of Solutions, Troy has an extensive knowledge of IT systems and experience working with high-caliber companies. His technical experience includes 11 years with Stellent/Oracle Universal Content Management application with specialization in Enterprise Records Management, Digital Asset Management, Web Content Management and Information Rights Management. He also brings a strong foundation in web design and development, expertise in all Oracle WebCenter Content Management modules, and operational experience of enterprise level engagements to TekStream. In 2010, he was named an Oracle Deputy CTO in an Oracle program that recognizes a distinct group of leading Oracle Technical Architects from North American Oracle SI organizations.