This podcast series is hosted by World Wide Technology, the leader in integrated IT solutions. In each episode a different group of WWT subject matter experts and partners have an informative and entertaining discussion on the important topics facing organizations in today’s dynamic IT environment.
The Benefits and Challenges of Multicloud Environments – Part Two
In Part Two of the World Wide Technology (WWT) TEC17 episode on Multicloud environments, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss issues relating to mature organizations, in other words, those who have migrated to a Multicloud environment.
The Benefits and Challenges of Multicloud Environments – Part One
Moving into a Multicloud environment is a big challenge for organizations. A lot of factors must be considered. In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC17 series, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss the transition to Multicloud and key considerations about this migration.
Engaging the Remote Worker
For years now, large enterprises have been seeing a rise in their number of remote workers. Some organizations have had remote worker policies in place while others are just starting to move into this new working environment. The coronavirus, COVID-19, has forced almost every organization to implement a remote worker policy and in a very short time, days rather than weeks or months.
AIOps – Part 4: Five Problems, Five Solutions
As with any transformative technology, implementing AIOps is often easier said than done. The process can involve a series of hurdles, from technical implementation to the cultural challenge of selling the tools into the wider business. In the final installment of our four-part series on AIOps, WWT’s Jas Binning and Paul Robinson explore the challenges facing AIOps implementation, and how to take the sting out of them.
AIOps – Part 3: The Need to get Data-Smart
In the third podcast in our four-part series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic and Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics explore the idea of the ‘data-smart’ business: one that isn’t just data-driven, but has implemented tools that quickly unearth the most prescient data for operations teams, that join the dots between this data and revenue for the C-suite, and that can be used to provide competitive advantage.
AIOps Part 2: IT Operations Paradox: How to do more with less
In the second episode in our four-part podcast series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics and Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic explore how AIOps tools can be used to alleviate the difficulty of managing increasingly complex environments with reduced ops resources.