Listen to EVP & GM, Cloud Solutions, John Kolimago and IDC’s Research Director, Susan Middleton, as they take an in-depth look at how as-a-service consumption models are being leveraged to drive new innovation, improve business agility, and streamline operations.
In this webinar, you will:
- Gain industry-leading insights by taking a deep dive into how these consumption models are revolutionizing end-to-end IT infrastructure.
- Learn how organizations are now, more than ever, seeking solutions that enable them to shift resources towards strategic initiatives.
- Get a first-hand look at the unrivalled advantage of tackling these initiatives with a partner like HPE, one that keeps your business adaptable and forward-thinking.
Executive Vice President & General Manager, Cloud Solutions, Anexinet
As Executive Vice President and General Manager of Cloud Solutions, John leads the modernization of clients’ foundational data center infrastructures in preparation for digital transformation and customer-centric analytics. For over two decades, John has managed countless infrastructure evolution cycles with Mid-Market and Enterprise companies, and fostered critical relationships with leading Cloud technology partners.
Research Director, Flexible Consumption and Financing Strategies for IT Infrastructure, IDC
Susan Middleton leads IDC’s worldwide research on IT equipment, software, and services financing markets. As research director for IDC’s Flexible Consumption and Financing Strategies for IT Infrastructure research, her analysis provides insight from both a supply-side and a buyers’ point of view. Ms. Middleton’s core research coverage includes the evolution of procurement models from purchasing, leasing and financing to the new as-a-service models, also known as flexible consumption. Based on her analysis and expertise on procurement strategies and IT equipment lifecycles, Ms. Middleton’s research helps vendors and buyers understand the top drivers of the new flexible consumption models and the impact of these new buying behaviors on long-term IT equipment values and forecasts.