Wednesday, June 27, 2012
2:00 p.m. New York / 7:00 p.m. London
- Paul Burns, President and Founder of Neovise, an IT industry analyst firm
Today's fast-paced, always-on, global, and mobile business operations demand new thinking on application delivery, management, and support. An on-demand analytics environment could give your company much-needed agility for competing in the new economy.
Join AllAnalytics.com for Analytics on Demand: A Services Approach for Increased Agility, where Paul Burns, IT and cloud computing expert, shares his insight on how to make on-demand offerings integral to your analytics strategy.
The Webcast will reveal:
- Various on-demand options – traditional hosting, public or private cloud infrastructure, SaaS delivery mechanisms – and which best fits your analytics requirements
- Best first steps, whether starting from scratch or building out a standing analytics environment
- How on-demand analytics can boost agility and optimize your initiatives
Paul Burns, President and Founder of Neovise, an IT industry analyst firm
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Paul Burns is the president and founder of Neovise, an IT industry analyst firm launched in 2009 to focus on cloud computing. In this role, Paul researches IT challenges, explores business needs, and evaluates appropriate solutions from vendors and service providers. Then, based on independent analysis, he produces recommendations and expert content in the form of white papers, case studies, podcasts, and more. He also writes articles for industry publications, speaks at industry events, and is quoted by a variety of media organizations.
He has over 25 years experience in the IT industry, driving strategy for enterprise software solutions through product management, competitive analysis, and business planning. He has held a series of leadership positions in marketing and R&D, and he was research director of the IT service management practice at another industry analyst firm.
Paul earned both a BS degree in computer science and an MBA from Colorado State University. His extensive industry background offers Neovise and its clients valuable insights on technical solutions that deliver business results. He can be reached via email at email@example.com and can be found on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Barton George, Cloud Computing Group Evangelist, Dell Inc.
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Barton George is the Director of Marketing for Dell’s Web vertical. Barton has been at Dell for 2 years and previous to his current role, he served as Dell’s cloud evangelist. Before Dell Barton spent 13 years at Sun Microsystems in a variety of roles last of which as Open Source evangelist, and driver of Sun’s Linux strategy. Barton began his professional career with a four year stint in Tokyo where he worked for Sony working with ISVs for their UNIX-based “NEWS” workstation. Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, he headed east for higher education and attended Williams College and Harvard Business School.
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