A Technical Webinar with Zeus Kerravala
Recorded on Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Founder and Principal Analyst
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Topics Covered in this Session
Migrating everything to IT has allowed us to do what we couldn’t do before – delivering any content to any device, anywhere. As a result, an increasingly greater complex environment has been created. The Changing Landscape on Network Management webinar recognizes the new model of IT network management and focuses on user experience. Today, we have virtual elements, we have mobile elements, we have wireless elements, so every time we add new elements to applications we make the environment more complex. This webinar covers and highlights:
- Why Legacy Management has become outdated
- How IT infrastructures have evolved over the years
- The complexity of today’s IT evironments and the emergence of BYOD
- Strategies IT managers should use today to keep up
About the Presenter
Zeus Kerravala is the founder and principal analyst with ZK Research. Mr. Kerravala is one of the top thought leaders in the technology industry. His insight, breadth and depth of knowledge enables him to view concepts from different dimensions to provide an overall in-depth situation and business analysis to provide a unique value add.
Mr. Kerravala is able to effectively grasp companies’ solutions and strategic business goals, then provide useful guidance on how to improve go-to-market strategies. He provides a mix of tactical advice to help his clients in the current business climate and long-term strategic advice.
Prior to ZK Research, Zeus Kerravala spent 10 years as an analyst at Yankee Group. He joined Yankee Group in March of 2001 as a Director and left Yankee Group as a Senior Vice President and Distinguished Research Fellow, the firm’s most senior research analyst.
Kerravala holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada.
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