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As organizations examine the business value of cloud computing, it is important to understand how cloud can lower IT expenses. Understanding how long it takes until your business can recoup the investment it has made or is considering making in cloud computing is what is known as the "payback" period.
To give you the lowdown on the key areas of cost savings that are associated with every cloud infrastructure implementation, IBM has created a guide based on hundreds of client implementations that lists the underlying projects that comprise each cost saving area. These projects are the "action steps" that can be undertaken to obtain the savings for your organization. Download the new IBM Cloud Computing Payback Guide to read about the areas of cost savings.
If you want to know more about maximizing cloud ROI and have an opportunity to ask questions about the information in the guide, register for a webcast on December 15th with Rick Mayo, Senior Marketing Manager, IBM Cloud Computing. Rick will be discussing the fiscal argument for cloud computing.
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Interested in learning how a dynamic infrastructure can integrate your business and IT and make you - and the planet - smarter? Well you're in luck because IBM has a virtual forum available for your access on demand. Arm yourself with the information you need to enable a dynamic infrastructure. Learn how to respond quickly to changing business requirements and effectively manage your IT assets to more efficiently deliver quality services to your customers. See examples of how peers in your industry have attained a dynamic infrastructure partnering with IBM.
This online event features webcasts highlighting trends that are shaping how customers are managing their infrastructures efficiently. Plus you'll gain access to white papers, demos, videos, podcasts and more.
Topics include security, asset management, storage, service management, cloud computing and more.
Access information you need on your path to a dynamic infrastructure.
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IT infrastructure is reaching a breaking point. The facts here startling.
• In distributed computing environments, up to 85% of computing capacity sits idle.
• Consumer product and retail industries lose about $40 billion annually due to supply chain inefficiencies.
• An explosion of information is driving a 54% growth in storage shipments every year to accommodate the data.
• Security breaches are becoming more common.
• Challenges to automation mean highly skilled individuals are supporting basic operational tasks in data centers instead of innovating to serve customers.
The result: new services to customers that are vital to the organizations bottom line are delayed. Even worse are problems that arise from human error associated with mundane, repetitive tasks that severely impact customer satisfaction. The answer? It’s time to start thinking differently about IT infrastructure.
Over time business operations have industrialized to become smarter. Breakthroughs like these required the use of technology-based systems. What if you could industrialize the delivery of your services and reduce the headaches of integrating and maintaining servers, storage & software with a service management system that can provide dramatic improvements in time to market, delivery of services to clients in minutes – rather than weeks -- through self-service, and hands free operational support that eliminates mundane tasks from skilled personnel, all with the lowest cost per unit?
Introducing IBM CloudBurst V1.2, designed from IBM client cloud implementation experiences quickly enables a private cloud in your IT environment. The new release, available now, is optimized to support production workloads with specific needs related to elasticity, security, availability, green monitoring, usage and account management. Join Kristin Lovejoy, Director of IBM CloudBurst Project Office for a webcast now available for replay where she discusses the exciting and expanded service management features. Click on play in the window below to start the webcast or go here.
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Part of the eSymposium: The Cloud and Service Management: How do they connect?
Success in IT has often been characterized by “creative destruction,” as one computing model gives way—often not without some controversy—to another. In many data centers, the mainframe was displaced by distributed computing, and recently both of these have been overshadowed by the incredible advances in leveraging the Internet for IT services.
Today it seems the buzz in IT is all about "cloud computing." But what is cloud computing? Is it yet another paradigm shift in IT, or mere marketing hype? What role does service management and service delivery play in cloud computing? What, if anything, will need to be done differently for this compute model to succeed?
Bruce Otte, senior marketing manager with IBM's cloud computing initiative, will be presenting at this public session. Bruce will focus on the importance of a service delivery and service management focus for effectively leveraging cloud computing.
You will also learn why businesses are keenly interested in this new, game-changing IT model, and the ways you can become a knowledgeable advocate and important resource for your organization in understanding and exploiting the benefits of cloud computing.Sign up today!