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    How to avoid common cloud mistakes

    March 24, 2021

    While organizations use a variety of clouds – public, private or hybrid – all too often they fall victim to many of the same snafus.

     

    In this episode of IT Availability Now, Leon Godwin, Principal Cloud Evangelist at Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS) examines some common cloud mistakes organizations make and how to avoid them. Listen to the full episode to learn:

    • What businesses must consider before migrating to the cloud
    • How to make an informed decision about cloud hosting
    • Costly areas companies overlook when they move to the cloud
    • Biggest cloud security errors

    Brian Fawcett is a Senior Manager of Global Sales Engagement at Sungard AS. With over 15 years of experience in a range of industries, he specializes in forming enterprise-wide global talent and learning development programs. Brian has enriched corporate learning culture by matching organizational vision and core values to curricula, leading to application and impact.

    Leon Godwin is the Principal Cloud Evangelist at Sungard AS. As a cloud evangelist, Leon balances the duties of a product marketer with being one of Sungard AS’s direct links to customers. Building a critical mass of support for cloud technologies through thought leadership, enthusiasm and many years of experience, Leon aids customers with complex challenges and helps them adopt creative, robust and efficient cloud solutions.

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