It’s 2018, and we’ve been migrating to the cloud for at least five years, and probably talking about it for at least 10.

With most of us familiar with the benefits of cloud services, then, why is the process of moving to the cloud still considered by some to be a challenge?

In this web seminar, we look to explore what moving to the cloud actually means in 2018. What are the different approaches and resulting opportunities? What are the common pitfalls and hurdles when moving your workloads – such as enterprise content - and how to manage it? How do you tackle enterprise-wide adoption of cloud technologies securely at an end-user level?

And how does leveraging cloud technology affect the key roles of CTO and CIO in a typical organisation, taking all the above into account?

To tackle the above questions, we’re delighted to be joined by key figures from both Amazon Web Services (AWS) and cloud content management provider Box – two companies who, partnered together, are working at the absolute forefront of cloud in the modern enterprise.

Sign up now for this live web seminar, which will include opportunities for you to put your cloud questions to the experts live on air, as well as the reveal of exciting new Computing Research data into current enterprise challenges and experiences with cloud.


Graeme Burton

Group News Editor, Computing

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He has 15 years of experience in news and magazine journalism, and has edited such titles as Trade & Forfaiting Review, Inside Knowledge and Managing Information & Documents.

Peter Gothard

Technology Analyst, Computing

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Peter is a Technology Analyst at Incisive Media, carrying out CIO-level IT industry research by running end user and wider industry focus groups, producing white papers and reports, and delivering seminars and keynotes on these findings.

Previously, Peter was a journalist and editor at Computing, V3 and The Inquirer for five years, specialising in big data and analytics, cloud technology, endpoint IT and government digital policy.

Angelo Crippa

EMEA Enterprise Business Development Leader, AWS

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He works in Luxembourg at EMEA Headquarters of Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the Enterprise Business Development Leader for EMEA, with the responsibility to design a go to market “by industry”, manage all significant Cloud transformational programs on the top European accounts and helping them to build a realistic “digital innovation agenda”.

He has a long and diversified career in Information Technology, with technical and consulting background in Banking, Telco and Retail sectors, deep experience in the Outsourcing business -with or without Cloud adoption –and profound international business experience, having been relocated in different markets such as Italy, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine and Germany.

He also served as Managing Director of the IBM Italy research laboratories and in 2003 he wrotethe book "Business On Demand",published by ilSole24Ore, a visionary publication that anticipated the themes of web services and utility computing as new competitive market paradigms.

Paul Chapman

Chief Information Officer, Box

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Paul Chapman is Chief Information Officer at Box, where he is responsible for leading the company’s global information technology strategy and driving the development and delivery of key IT initiatives to support the company’s growing workforce and customer base.

Prior to Box, Paul was the CIO of HP Software for HP, where he led the IT organization and supported the development and delivery of IT solutions. He was also tasked with defining and managing HP’s global information management strategy, analytics platforms and data services. Previously, Chapman served as Vice President of Global Infrastructure and Cloud Operations and Vice President of Enterprise Applications at VMware. He has held other leadership roles at Affymetrix and Sun Microsystems.

He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Filton Tech in the United Kingdom.

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