Cloud Computing – a view from Barracuda – JuiceIT sponsor

By Mike Romans, A/NZ Country Manager, Barracuda.

IT eventIt’s no secret that there are vast advantages in the “as a Service” model. With some of the major benefits being elasticity, reduced IT spending on infrastructure and software licensing, reduced capital costs and reduced management overhead. With the major cloud players like Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Google (rumoured for this year) all investing in data centre availability in country, the objections that used to exist around the cloud are dissipating quickly.

Companies are transitioning between physical infrastructure, virtual infrastructure, software as a service, infrastructure as a service and platform as a service as they develop their longer term IT strategy. This, along with the explosion of mobility, has created a huge increase in the amount of potential attack surfaces.

Come to the Barracuda session from 3:30 – 4:10 to learn how Barracuda is addressing this complex issue and ensuring a smooth transition between all the various implementations. Specifically, we will be looking at the key components needed to ensure your cloud transition is successful.

Visit the JuiceIT website to learn more.

Tags: Barracuda, Cloud Computing



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