Webinar Discover 2022
By Insight UK / 10 Nov 2021
By Insight UK / 10 Nov 2021
In the wake of profound disruption, the future came into focus. Overnight the world transformed. Businesses were forced to adapt, and fast, with remote working becoming the standard.
Fast forward 18 months and the world is in recovery, adjusting to the long-lasting effects of the pandemic, and compelled by the changes in business practices and infrastructures that are reshaping their IT investment decisions and priorities over the next five years.
The one clear conclusion, IDC asserts, is that technology will play an even greater role in getting us all to the next normal.
2022 marks a turning point as the business landscape shifts again. The concept of hybrid working has become a reality, and now organisations must embrace hybrid and multicloud models as the foundation for their work environments, and IT and application modernisation.
To be successful, organisations must learn to efficiently manage their cloud estate and address the security impacts that can threaten their ability to accelerate the business forward, and future-proof it for years to come.
Join us to get insights into what 2022 has in store from the experts at IDC as we discuss the future of work and delve into the multicloud trends shaping today’s work environment.
Hybrid working? IT’s a digital jungle. Reserve your complimentary place to discover how to navigate this exciting new terrain.
Carla Arend is a senior program director with the European software and infrastructure research team, and heads up IDC’s European cloud research. Arend provides industry clients with key insight into market dynamics, vendor activities, and end-user adoption trends in the European cloud market. As part of her research, she covers topics such as how European organizations are adopting cloud, how cloud drivers and inhibitors are evolving, cloud management, cloud security, data management in the cloud, IoT and cloud, AI and cloud, Devops and cloud, as well as GDPR impact on cloud and cloud code of conduct.
In addition to syndicated research, Arend has worked on many custom consulting projects identifying opportunities in the European cloud market and has authored white papers on subjects such as cloud management, cloud security, data management in the cloud.
Arend is regularly asked to speak at industry events, strategy workshops, sales kick-offs and training, partner events, and end-user events.
Arend holds a BA in business administration from University of Mannheim and an MSc in business administration and management of technology from Copenhagen Business School, in addition to course work at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Bangkok.