As pandemic pushed business to switch online with all health restrictions, it is vital to ensure all data are accessible to all staff working remotely via a new range of cloud services. With just a short time provided for businesses to adapt to the new normal and keep them running, this pushed them toward the cloud while the economy slowly recovers and corporates plan to provide a more remote-friendly environment.

Cloud Service Provider Offers Webcasts to Aid in Creating Future-Ready Businesses
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Cloud Service Provider Offers Webcasts to Aid in Creating Future-Ready Businesses

"You cannot have the same agility with on-premise infrastructure," Mr. Eyal said. "You just can't." Oppenheimer & Co communications and infrastructure software analyst Shaul Eyal told the Wall Street Journal.

Meanwhile, the report also found that around 74% of businesses plan to continue to keep their employees to work remotely even after the pandemic, based on a survey conducted among 317 finance executives from March 26 to 30.

This is the reason VMware Cloud, a cloud service provider, offers a series of webcasts to assist businesses to be able to choose the proper cloud strategy to use in their remote workforce to ensure consistent and productive hybrid and multi-cloud experience.

VMware Cloud webcast series

Learn from the experts with a series of webcasts about cloud services management amid the new normal and find out the right cloud strategy for their remote workforce. Check out these scheduled topics:

Cloud Service Provider Offers Webcasts to Aid in Creating Future-Ready Businesses
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Cloud Service Provider Offers Webcasts to Aid in Creating Future-Ready Businesses

Achieving the New Network Normal for the Distributed Workforce (Ocotber 27)

Learn the science of securing and optimizing the network, which is critical in a remote workplace. VMware Sr. Product Marketing Managers Jack Madden and Chris Le will discuss how the SD-WAN zero trust service works. They will also give inputs on how to maximixe a secure, zero trust access for remote workers by integrating the service with Workspace ONE.

Enrich Your VMware Cloud on AWS Applications by Integrating with Native AWS Services (November 10)

VMware Cloud offers over 175 native AWS services, which can be used for storage, serverless, security, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), database and analytics, among others. On this webcast, AWS Architect Principle Solutions Aarthi Raju will discuss and demonstrate the AWS applications integration on VMware Cloud with native AWS services as well as reference architectures for key use cases.

Modernizing VDI and App Delivery Across the Hybrid Cloud (November 10)

To ensure continuity of remote business and work, it is important to have desktop and application virtualization technologies. Learn from VMware Senior Product Line Marketing Manager Gabe Knuth why VMware Horizon and Horizon Cloud are chosen by many organizations to create an advanced environment and provide support their businesses.

Become Future Ready with vRealize Cloud Universal (November 11)

VMware Sr. Staff Technical Marketing Architect John Dias and VMware Product Development Marketing Gabriel Martinez will be discussing how to boost cloud evolution as well as provide consistent multi-cloud and hybrid experience through vRealize Cloud Universal, a SaaS management suite. This technology will support businesses' need for a cloud adoption strategy to help them as they switch to remote workplace as well as manage and protect their existing cloud investments.

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Special Global Online Event

Meanwhile, VMware Cloud will also hold a special global online event entitled Modernize Your Network for a Future Ready Business, which will happen on November 16.

Company executives and leaders will speak about the need to reconsider the business amid the health crisis and how it becomes beneficial to end users and businesses. Among the speakers are VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger, VMware COO Rajiv Ramaswami, and VMware Sr. VP and GM, Network Systems Tom Gillis.

The coronavirus pandemic already forced multitudes of business to shut down or layoff thousands of employees. However, those who were able to quickly adapt to the situation was able to stay afloat and even flourish in the recent months. Hopefully, these webcasts could help more enterprises to get the technologies to build a more future-ready workplace.

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