Sky is the Limit: Efficiency in the Cloud

Written on 7 May 2015 in Sponsored Article
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Across the public sector, in government, education, and nonprofit organisations, we are seeing the barriers to cloud adoption come down to open new methods of meeting mandates, driving efficiencies to improve mission performance.

Public Sector organisations innovate at a fixed or even shrinking budget while meeting aggressive timelines. AWS services are designed to help customers operate at scale, using cutting-edge technologies. The sophisticated infrastructure needed to cope with these challenges is available on demand and at an ever-decreasing price point. Our public sector customers seek these benefits as well as Security, Compliance and Cloud Procurement.

Teresa Carlson, AWS VP of Worldwide Public Sector, Mark Ryland, AWS Chief Solutions Architect, Worldwide Public Sector and Erika Erdos, AWS Senior Manager, EMEA Public Sector explore how AWS services can help. 

To view their presentation, click here. 

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