This phrase has come up a few times recently, both from webinar speakers and during conversations within meetings. Perhaps it should be “finding the new balance” as we are all working differently to how we were 12 months ago.
Over the past couple of weeks, I have found myself part of a European team, in discussions with a Nordic partner about how we can help them grow their business. It reflects something we are seeing across Europe, with our channel partners now planning for the economy to pick up and new opportunities to emerge in 2021.
As we reach the end of 2019, many in the channel will be thinking about their preparations for the new year and reflecting on the past 12 months.
Alex Ryals, Director, Technology Solutions at Avnet Technology Solutions, shares his methods for meeting executive expectations of the hybrid cloud
Cloud computing, overall, is now well-established as a viable, even essential, element in how organizations use technology to achieve business goals. Challenges such as meeting the needs of users, deploying solutions to business needs faster and increasing demands on badly stretched internal IT teams are driving the discussion surrounding cloud computing.
As VARs and solution providers aggressively embark on their journey with hybrid cloud solutions, it’s important to keep in mind the different discussions their customers are having based on their roles within the organization. We pulled a piece from a recent Tech Target whitepaper on Hybrid Cloud that discusses the varying expectations of hybrid cloud solutions as they apply to Line of Business and IT executives.
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