Wednesday, July 18, 2012
2:00 p.m. ET / 11 a.m PT
Until recently, there's been a lot of hype surrounding SaaS and whether or not it is a viable option for application consumption. SaaS has quickly moved beyond the hype, however, to now become the preferred deployment model for enterprise software. SaaS is here to stay.
Check out some stats on the adoption of SaaS in the enterprise:
- $14.5 billion will be spent worldwide this year on the SaaS market (Gartner)
- 80 percent of new commercial enterprise applications deployed this year will be on cloud platforms (IDC)
Many of the benefits surrounding SaaS are clear, but how does a cloud-based SaaS solution compare to an on-premise system? Join us for a live webcast as experts answer questions on the reality of moving to SaaS.
- How is a SaaS deployment different, how long does it take, and what is IT's involvement?
- How is speed of innovation different, and why does it matter to your organization?
- What's the difference between SaaS updates and on-premise upgrades?
- How secure is SaaS versus on-premise?
- How does SaaS help your organization be more social, more mobile, and more collaborative?
Change is happening. Are you keeping pace?
Tom Murphy, Group Managing Editor, DeusM / UBM TechWeb
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Tom Murphy is Group Managing Editor for the DeusM division of UBMTechWeb, where he oversees SaaSinTheEnterprise.com and five other online communities. Murphy has helped define interactive communities for more than two decades as writer, editor, and entrepreneur. He has led coverage of technology and business on a global basis as editor-in-chief for RedHerring.com, infoUSA.com, and Montgomery Research. He was founding managing editor of MarketWatch.com, the first Bloomberg News correspondent in Northern California, and a Northern California news desk supervisor for the Associated Press. Murphy is the founder of the award-winning community news service, Newswire21.org, and the over-40 site, RedwoodAge.com. He is author of the book, Web Rules: How the Internet Is Changing the Way Consumers Make Choices.
Mike Kail, VP of IT Operations, Netflix
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Mike Kail is the VP of IT Operations at Netflix, leading a team of 100+ employees in his organization. Mike is an experienced professional with over 20 years of IT-Operations executive leadership experience who focuses on highly scalable architecture. Before Netflix, he was the VP of IT Operations at Attensity where he was responsible for various big data components as well as the integration of Americas and the EMEA IT teams. He specializes in Unix System/Network Architecture, SaaS/Cloud deployments, Hadoop/HBase clusters,Monitoring/Alerting, SQL/NoSQL, Virtualization, & Performance Tuning/Scalability. Mike has a bachelorís degree in Computer Science from Iowa State University.
Stan Swete, Chief Technology Officer, Workday
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Stan Swete is chief technology officer at Workday and is responsible for Workday's overall technology strategy, direction, and execution.
Prior to Workday, Stan spent 10 years at PeopleSoft in a number of key leadership roles, including head of the products and technology organization that included more than 4,000 employees. He was also manager of tools development, general manager of financial applications, general manager of CRM, and was responsible for the initial release of PeopleSoft's Internet architecture. Prior to PeopleSoft, Stan spent 10 years with ASK Computer Systems, including management of ASK's VAX product line.
Stan holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
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