Create transformative innovation
Optimise your IT

How cloud is changing business and enterprise IT

  • Time
    58 mins
  • Date
    Recorded April 28th 2015

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There is no single app that will solve all of your business needs. How do you find the right apps, and ensure they work together?

Register for this on-demand event and learn from industry leaders about:

  • What the future for ICT looks like
  • Using technology to inspire collaboration and find efficiencies
  • The commercial context driving ICT change
  • How cloud bridges current and future requirements
  • The benefits and challenges of multi-cloud

Register now to better understand your options, get a fresh perspective on your cloud configuration, and learn about how technology trends can shape the future for your business.

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Tim Otton
GM Cloud Strategy and Platforms Telstra

Tim is responsible for Telstra's 'Connected Cloud' product strategy and for the development of the shared platforms that deliver Telstra Cloud products and services.Lead on development of next-generation Cloud services such as Workspace, Analytics, BPaaS and evolution to XaaS delivery model. He will explain how Telstra itself has changed to remain competitive and relevant and address today’s business challenges. He’ll explain how Telstra’s Cloud Strategy has changed and what we’re doing to better enable our products & services to meet our customers’ needs.

Simon Elisha
CTO and Director of Field Engineering Pivotal

Simon’s knowledge of Cloud Computing, combined with extensive experience in large-scale systems architecture prepared him well to comment on a range of IT issues. In his current role, he oversees a team of field engineers, so is well placed to discuss IT talent and how to make yourself an attractive hire now and in the future.

Michael Ossipoff
Director of Customer Executive Programs Telstra

Michael is uniquely skilled to explain and interpret the implications of new technology trends and developments so customers can prepare themselves to take advantage of emerging opportunities. Prior to Telstra, Michael worked with Sun Microsystems Software Business, IBM / Lotus Software, Hewlett-Packard and NCR.

Justin Cleveland (Moderator)
Virtual Events Host Telstra

Justin Cleveland is the Virtual Events Host for Telstra Business’s Managed Marketing department. He has experience in media as a radio and television personality, coordinating media relations for a legislative branch of government, and running a non-profit industry trade organisation.

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