Cloud Computing

What is Most Significant About the Migration to Cloud Computing?

Gregg Rock interviews George Barlow in April 2022. 

We are especially excited to let folks know that George is going to be presenting two of our newest courses that are part of the Digital Transformation Specialist series in our Summer Session 1 Training Event.

GR: I first met George, and started working with him, back when he was with Appian, and back then, George was one of the first folks to bring Process to the Cloud as a SAS product. So, George, I wanted to pick your brain for our Members today and ask you what you’re seeing as most significant these days and what’s happening with the migration to cloud computing

GB: There are a few things about the migrating to cloud computing over the past decade that stand out to me.

IBM Cloud Private: A Private Cloud Story

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