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    2021 Outlook with Glenn Keller, Director of IT at CountryMark

    What will your 2021 IT infrastructure look like: A little on-premises, maybe some SaaS, a little cloud? Doug Theis with Expedient explores these options and more with Glenn Keller, Director of Information Technology at CountryMark Cooperative, a fully integrated oil and gas company, owned by farmers. This webinar replay covers: Glenn’s journey through CountryMark’s IT landscape and how fuel...

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    Cloud Native Approaches for New & Legacy Applications

    Expedient’s Principal Technologist, AJ Kuftic, led a session during the 2020 Indianapolis IT Symposium on Cloud Native Approaches for New and Legacy Applications. The session covered: An overview on how you can leverage cloud strategies to build and run business applications from the very beginning What decisions and changes need to be made to be successful in your cloud...

    Crossing the Cloud Chasm: Enterprise Cloud vs Hyperscale Cloud

    Expedient’s Principal Technologist, AJ Kuftic, provides an overview of the differences between enterprise clouds and hyperscale clouds in this short webinar replay. He also provides an overview of the cost impact of hyperscale cloud providers and showcases how an enterprise cloud solution can help you meet performance demands while providing predictable monthly pricing.

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    The Cloud is Not a Destination

    You often hear, “we need to go to the cloud,” as if the cloud itself is a destination. This webinar replay will provide an explanation as to why you should consider the cloud as your mode of transportation, not the destination.

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    451 Research: With costly outages on the rise, DR is still a top issue

    Disaster Recovery has been a bugaboo of the IT industry for years. Automation, cloud services, and other innovations are finally helping companies move forward with their plans for true resiliency and the ability to quickly respond to hardware failures, malware and phishing attacks, natural disasters, and human error. For a broad overview of the consequences of poor disaster recovery implementation...