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How IoT & Cloud Will Eat the World
Sponsors: 151 Advisors
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The cloud is changing the ways in which enterprises approach business. At the heart of the digital transformation that many companies are undergoing, the cloud is the base from which other technologies are implemented. The Internet of Things (IoT) is one such technology that grows out of enterprises using the cloud. By the end of this year, Gartner predicts that more than 8 billion "things" will be connected. IoT is changing the way manufacturing, retail, healthcare and other businesses interact with customers, enabling them to draw on rich veins of data to make decisions. How the cloud enables IoT and how IoT will change everything we do, from making airplane turbines to how we drive our cars, is essential to understanding our new digital world. Join Enterprise Cloud News as we see how cloud and IoT are changing our lives, and how these two technologies are taking over our world.
Evernote's Journey to the Cloud
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Like many enterprises, Evernote was motivated by business transformation to move to the cloud. Evernote took 70 days to move from its own data centers and infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform, and did it all without disrupting service to the 200 million people who rely on Evernote to keep track of everything from business documents to recipes. To make the transition, Evernote had to move 5 billion notes and 5 billion attachments, comprising more than 3 petabytes of data. In this webinar, you'll find out how Evernote made the transition to Google Cloud Platform, the benefits it's seeing, the problems it encountered along the way, and how it resolved those problems – or didn't. You'll also learn how Evernote is looking to take advantage of Google's services, including machine learning.
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