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Cloud Computing: is it safe? Best Practices for Secure Enterprise Cloud Networking

Webinar 3-Part Series: How to Implement Security Strategies such as Software Defined Networks, Federated Hybrid Clouds and Industry Compliance

What: Cloud Networking Webinar Series
When: Wednesdays May 8, May 15, May 22, 2013
4pm UK / 10am CT / 8am PT
Where: Online, via GoToWebinar

Registration: www.cohesiveft.com/webinars
Fees: Free

Cloud computing infrastructure is elastic, scalable, highly available and accessible, but is it safe? Concerns and pain points such as network encryption in third party environments, address and topology control, and connectivity need to be addressed from the enterprise and business application perspective.

In a three-part webinar series focused on best practices for cloud networking security, CohesiveFT Senior Cloud Solution Architect, Sam Mitchell, will examine key questions enterprises must answer when looking to migrate to public cloud. The series will highlight current customer use cases in depth and present cloud networking security solutions.

Recordings of all webinars will be available after the original air-date. For information on upcoming webinars visit our Webinars page.

ABOUT HOST SAM MITCHELL:
Sam Mitchell, Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, leads all technical elements of the global sales cycle. Mitchell runs demos, technical qualification, technical account management, proof of concepts, technical and competitive positioning, RFI/RFP responses and proposals.

Before CohesiveFT, Mitchell was a Cloud Solution Architect at Platform Computing, which was recently acquired by IBM. He was also a Lead Architect at SITA, where he headed up OSS BSS Architecture, Design and Deployment activities on SITA's cloud offerings.

ABOUT COHESIVEFT
CohesiveFT enables enterprises to run business operations in the cloud. Our solutions help migrate, transform and extend both customer facing systems and internal operational platforms. CohesiveFT lets enterprises build on existing IT resources, save money on a single, upfront migration and focus on an application-centric view of integration, governance and security.

CohesiveFT is a leader in enterprise application-to-cloud migration and provides more application-controlled software defined networking than all competitors combined. The CohesiveFT team has decades of experience in enterprise solution-oriented cloud brokerage. Offices in Chicago, London, Palo Alto and Belo Horizonte. To find out more, please visit www.cohesiveft.com

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