• Secure Cloud Transformation: The CIO'S Journey

  • Strategies and Best Practices for Building the Future
  • By: Richard Stiennon
  • Narrated by: Various Artists
  • Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

All organizations are embarking on a journey to the cloud. Their users are online and taking advantage of productivity tools like Salesforce. Enterprises are in the midst of transitioning to Office 365 for email and Office tools. This auidiobook maps the journey of 16 leading enterprises around the world including Fannie Mae, Siemens, Google, Microsoft, and Amazon itself. It provides practical guidance for any CXO no matter what stage they are on of their journey.

©2019 Richard Stiennon (P)2020 Richard Stiennon
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Longest vendor presentation I’ve ever attended

Great content and examples. Most every example said use Zscalar and Office 365 so it felt a lot like a really long vendor presentation.