Chance Irvine from Proxibid and talks Midwest Cloud Computing- Live from Infotec 2016 – HTT035

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Chance Irvine is Director of IT Operations and Infrastructure at Proxibid and has recently joined with Midwest Cloud Computing as Business Development Executive | Partner. Over the past 14 years Chance has orchestrated the procurement, implementation, and operational management of technology infrastructure resources, greatly improving reliability and stability in each case. A leader in IT Transformation, he is excellent in matching the right solutions and services, ensuring appropriate service levels and partnerships to protect and enable the business. With Midwest Cloud Computing, Chance is utilizing this experience to help companies on their IT Transformation journey. Chance supports Northwest Missouri State University as a member of the Computer Science Professional Advisory Team. Locally a member of Nebraska IT Leadership Forum. Advisory board member for xChange Events-Midsize Enterprise Summit, Nebraska IT Symposium and AIM’s Infotec conference.

Session: IT Transformation Panel: How and When To Cloud

IT transformation is a concept that many businesses have been embracing over the past few years. It is a constant in today’s world.  Years ago it was co-location services. Now there is still rolling your own, colo, hosting, managed services, on-prem cloud, hosted cloud, public cloud, private cloud, managed cloud, BI, Big Data, IaaS, SaaS, and the terms and buzz words just keep on flowing.  We’ll discuss how Small and Mid-Market customers and providers are working together to find the best combination of solutions for their business needs.  Does one-size fit all? If you start in one direction, does it all have to go that way?  What are common hurdles or mis-steps to avoid? This is just a sampling of the questions we’ll be answering.

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