Embracing digital transformation is on the agenda for almost all businesses post-COVID-19. The pandemic has sped up transformation journeys for companies who can no longer rely on traditional methods of doing business. No matter which industry, without any transformation, they will be left behind and eventually end up being irrelevant to their customers.
While everyone would love to pick up the latest and greatest technologies available in the market, adapting the right technology for any business is no easy task. Be it picking the right cloud or storage infrastructure, the right backup solution or the right platform for remote working, companies have to be sure their investments will bring about a positive impact now and well into the future.
Part of VMware’s mission has been to guide organisations in their transformation journeys, even if they do not know where to begin. VMware’s aim is simple; to enable any business to make use of any cloud and be able to access them anywhere, anytime, on any device. Sounds straight forward but it is not as simple as we think. While technology has evolved to make it less challenging to migrate from legacy infrastructure, there are still significant pain points companies have to go through.
VMware is helping businesses overcome these challenges so that they can achieve their transformation agenda. This includes ensuring companies have adequate skillsets and are able to manage their tech investments with minimal need for the new workforce. Automation is indeed the future for organisations and VMware is championing it by ensuring businesses make the most of their AI capabilities and tools available to them.
The Vision and Innovation track at VMworld 2020 will be focused on how organisations can successfully integrate emerging technologies into their operations and execute their business transformation strategies.
VMware experts, such as Cameron Haight (Vice President and CTO, Americas), Katherine Skilling (PDO Senior Consultant SDDC - Office of the CTO, Ambassador) and Chris Wolf (Vice President, Advanced Technology Group), will be on hand to explain more about how businesses can make use of machine learning within their organisation to create a more automated, intelligent IT infrastructure.
There will also be speakers sharing technologies that will help you plan and evolve your IT strategies over the next three years and ways you can develop leadership, communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills.
To find out more, make sure you sign up for VMworld 2020. The virtual summit will be taking place from 30th September to 1st October 2020. Click here to register.