||Analyst Webinar with GigaOM – Steps to Improve Data Governance in the Cloud|
David S. Linthicum, Analyst, GigaOM Research
Gartner predicts that 35% of enterprise IT expenditures will happen outside of the corporate IT budget in less than three years. This includes employees who subscribe to collaboration, analytic and other cloud services, as needed, as well as employees who create cloud-based storage systems, typically to solve a tactical problem. Many of these cloud services that are in use within the corporation are unknown or ungoverned by IT; they exist in the hands of employees who take their personalized cloud usage into a land known as Shadow IT.
Moving forward, IT will need to figure out how to strike a balance between governance and control, and the quick implementation of data storage solutions. So, what's the best path? In this webinar, we'll take you on a journey to help you to reclaim control of corporate data from Shadow IT. David will share a step-by-step approach that you can leverage to get your data and storage management on the right track. Steps will include how to:
Research Analyst, Gigaom Research
David S. Linthicum is a Research Analyst at Gigaom Research. He is an internationally recognized industry expert and thought leader, and the author and coauthor of 13 books on computing, including the best-selling "Enterprise Application Integration" (Addison Wesley). Dave keynotes at many leading technology conferences on cloud computing, SOA, Enterprise Application Integration, and enterprise architecture, and has appeared on a number of TV and radio shows as a computing expert. Dave's latest book is "Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise, a Step-by-Step Approach."
Product MarketingVarun Kohli heads product and partner marketing for Egnyte. Over the past 10 years, Varun has held executive positions for marketing, product management and product development at both startups and large companies. He also serves on the advisory board of many startups in the valley.
Varun holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati, and a master’s degree in Computer Science from University of California, Riverside.
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