Andrew Neff of Gartner cites the positives and challenges ahead for the merged company.
“It is difficult in this day and age to compete if you are not agile and move fast,” said Andy Jassy, Amazon Web Services senior vice president.
A Victoria University of Wellington forum distils key lessons for enterprises, IT managers, and their teams on how to respond to the accelerated pace of IT change.
Stuart Haselden, director of ITS at the Victoria University of Wellington, talks about transforming infrastructure to support multiple users, from digital natives to academics.
Transparency is key, share both good and bad news, says Michael Power of Gartner.
EMC's senior VP, IT, Jon Peirce talks about moving the technology company’s own IT function from a ‘regulated monopoly’ to provider of competitive advantage.
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