IBM invites you to a Webinar on Cloud Brokerage Services

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Cloud computing is transforming businesses throughout the world, making them more efficient, adaptive and ultimately enabling them to generate more revenue. IBM Cloud Brokerage can enhance the benefits of Cloud within your IT Infrastructure by cost visibility and spend tracing. Join our short webinar where one of our subject matter experts will be taking you through everything there is to know about Cloud Brokerage and understanding the pain points but also unlocking the business value.

IBM Cloud Brokerage can help you to:

  • Quickly and efficiently locate your cloud assets.
  • Know whether your cloud assets are optimized.
  • Determine the right amount of cloud capacity for now and for the future.
  • Find out if your cloud spend is on-track, below or over budget.
  • Compare Cloud service providers such as AWS, Azure, and Bluemix to make real time business decisions

Please follow the link below to register for this upcoming Webinar:

Join us on 7th Feb 2018 at 15:00 CET

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