While no one knows how long the pandemic will last, we do know that all organizations will experience some economic impact. Quarantines and the shutdown of many companies and local businesses during this crisis have put a large financial strain on almost every organization in every industry. As we move beyond the immediate need to ensure the health and safety or employees, organizations need to identify areas of cost savings that will allow them to persist in the near term without impacting their long term survival.
Cost savings is one of the key benefits promoted regarding the adoption of moving to the cloud. Now, more than ever, the realization of these savings is critical. Analysis regarding governance and processes around budgeting, acquisition and implementation offer opportunities for real savings. During this webinar, we’ll discuss the real examples and techniques to manage cloud costs that will affect your bottom line without impacting business operations.
At the end of the webinar, you’ll be able to:
- Discuss the cost implications of cloud
- Identify the 5 C’s of cloud cost savings
- Evaluate various techniques and controls to manage cloud costs
- Describe tools and technologies that can be utilized to identify areas of savings
CPE credit available for live attendees only.
Chris Balcer is part of Protiviti’s Technology Consulting Practice with a focus in Cloud Solutions. Chris Balcer brings over 15 years of diverse experience in a variety of technical roles, in both presales and delivery. Chris has led many complex cloud solution projects from inception through completion with a particular focus on enterprise design and implementation.
Megha is a Senior Manager in Protiviti’s Information Security and Privacy practice in Orlando, Florida. She has a strong background in Information Security and IT consulting experience across multiple industries, including eCommerce, Healthcare, Theme Parks and Entertainment, Hospitality, Banking, Retail, and Insurance. Megha manages and leads IT Security and Privacy engagements, specializing in topics such as Cloud Security, IoT Security, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Citrix security, mobile device management solutions, network architecture, identity and access management, vulnerability assessments and penetration testing, social engineering, vendor management, incident response, end-to-end encryption, tokenization, and EMV chip card technology. Megha has experience in conducting assignments based on various industry standards, including Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Control Matrix (CSA CCM), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), among others. She is a member of ISSA and ISACA.