How Businesses Manage Workloads in the Cloud
The public cloud provides valuable benefits such as cost savings and flexibility, but many organizations need to keep some data in-house. Hybrid cloud environments let organizations take advantage of public and private clouds. At the CDW Upgrading and Preparing for the Future SummIT, IT leaders from across the country discussed how they manage workloads in a hybrid cloud. Visit our CDW Upgrading and Preparing for the Future SummIT landing page to view more articles and videos from the event.
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Stephen Padgett, CIO, Actian
Eric Niebuhr, IT Infrastructure Supervisor, Sub-Zero Group
Mark Duckworth, Director of Enterprise IT Infrastructure & Shared Services, Tractor Supply
- Some organizations have established a cloud-first policy that moves as many workloads as possible to a cloud environment.
- The cloud can help organizations implement advanced solutions such as Internet of Things technologies to connect remote devices.
- Cloud services can be quickly scaled up or down as business needs change.