What is the Solutions Review Cloud Insight Jam? What cloud computing, cloud management, and other information can you explain to learn from it? How can you participate?
We seek to answer these questions as we build up to the first ever Cloud Insight Jam on December 19th!
What is the Cloud Insight Jam?
On December 19th, we begin an unprecedented social media day covering cloud computing in detail! During the Cloud Insight Jam, we plan to share our own best practices and the best practices from cloud experts; these experts come from cloud solution vendors from across the world. Additionally, we plan to share customer success stories from these providers and their predictions for 2020.
You can see all of it unfold on Twitter and LinkedIn under the hashtag #CloudInsightJam. Also, you can follow along on the Enterprise Cloud Strategy page of the Solutions Review website.
Do you have a schedule for the Cloud Insight Jam?
Absolutely! We plan on taking the day by storm! (All times listed below are in Eastern Standard Time.)
From 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM, the conversation will revolve around cloud best practices, including how enterprises can evaluate and select a cloud solution. At 10 AM, we’ll host a half-hour open tech chat — The Morning Dose. We’ll discuss cloud best practices personally, and exchange our thoughts with everyone!
From 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM, we’ll shift the conversation to customer success stories. At 2 PM, we host a second half-hour open tech chat called the Re-Up! In this conversation, we’ll cover how customers can achieve success with their cloud solutions.
From 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM, we’ll end the day by focusing on industry trends and predictions for cloud in 2020. We want to discuss where the cloud is heading in the future, and what cloud solution users should look for in the new year.
What will be discussed during the Morning Dose chat?
Here’s a sample of the questions we plan on sharing during the Morning Dose open tech chat:
- What are the key cloud capabilities enterprises should consider while evaluating a solution, and why are they important?
- How can enterprises better incorporate the cloud into their business processes and workflows?
- What use cases, issues, and challenges should indicate to enterprises that it’s time to update or replace their cloud solutions?
This shouldn’t be considered a definitive list of questions; we’re still cooking up some excellent conversation starters for the chat!
What will be discussed during the Re-Up chat?
Unlike the Morning Dose, the Re-Up conversation at 2 PM EST will focus on customer success and predictions. Questions asked during the chat may include:
- What does an ideal cloud deployment process look like? Even across IT infrastructures, business sizes, and industries, are there similar markers of success?
- Do you have any outside predictions or perhaps more radical thoughts on what 2020 may bring to the cloud computing market?
- What infrastructure challenges most impede cloud success?
Just like the above, we’ll have more questions on offer during the chat itself!
How do I participate in the Cloud Insight Jam?
To participate in the Cloud Insight Jam, simply use the hashtag #CloudInsightJam on Twitter and LinkedIn. Keep an eye on the feed, participate in the chat, and share your thoughts!
It’s that simple?
Yes, it is that simple!
Can anyone participate?
Sure! There is no cost to participate in the Jam, and you can participate as much as you would like! Want to join one of the conversations but not the other? That’s okay! Feel free to comment, question, or otherwise chat about any of the content we release throughout the day!
Can I still contribute content to the Cloud Insight Jam?
We’ve extended the deadline for video content and best practices until December 6th. If you have video content you would like to share, please make sure it follows our video guidelines, which we share here. You can submit your content, video or otherwise, at http://www.insightjam.com/.
Hope to see you at the Cloud Insight Jam on December 19th!
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