Gartner has predicted that more than 50% organizations, by 2025, will use a distributed cloud option at the location of their choice and enable transformational business models. However, if the challenges are not dealt with proactively, the benefits of a multi-cloud strategy can diminish, or even disappear.
At the event, the CIOs will have opportunities to explore some of the best practices that can help them navigate the complex environment of the multi-cloud operations, security, and innovation.
Some of the topics to be discussed are:
- Cloud FinOps: Not just cost-saving, but enables new revenue streams for a business.
- How flexibility is getting tied right from subscription consumption till operationalization; elastic operations for multi-cloud
- Importance of cloud CoE and governance
- Key factors advised to customers on when they are building their multi-cloud strategy
A leader in IT, Turrka has worked in finance & control too. With a proven track record in a manufacturing industry in various global leadership positions, currently he is the CIO, UPM, leading a strategic change of IT-function towards value adding business partner with optimized global operating model and partner ecosystem. Earlier, he transformed finance & control function from a business unit based model into a global function including creation of divisional business control as well as establishing global shared service centers.
Helping customers developing the digital supply chain, Patrik’s competencies and experience include: strategy and business modelling, transformation, data management, sourcing and strategic supplier management, operations, IT infra, applications and service management, change management, complex negotiations, building and leading cross-border teams.
Mika has a long-term experience in understanding the business improvement opportunities through IT solutions. His specialties include global responsibilities and operating in a US-based Fortune Top 10 corporate. He has successfully executed global strategies on local organizations.
Patrick’s core focus has been on AI, mobility, XR, drones, robotics, ICT, electronics, and healthtech innovation. He is also a faculty member of Singularity University for Mobility & Drones, and Board of Advisors on Nordic Drone, Health, XR & Space technology start-ups. He is a VC Advisor and mentor at Startup Accelerators in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Basque Region. Patrick will be the moderator for the webinar and a panelist too.
A passionate, strategic thinker, Siki leads a team focused on formulating HCLTech’s vision and strategy for HCLTech CloudSmart and Industries. In collaboration with HCLTech ecosystem of partners, Siki is at the forefront in developing and delivering consulting offerings and solutions to enable cloud-driven business transformation for clients. She has an in-depth technical experience in Cloud, and agile software development and innovation transformation.