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Content and Process in the Cloud: The Art of the Possible

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | 2:00 PM ET/11:00 AM PT

Presenter:
Paul Hampton, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Alfresco

Moderator:
Allison Lloyd, Editor, DOCUMENT Strategy

About the Webinar:
Since the dawn of the distributed computing era, enterprises have been contending with the increasing growth of unstructured content and disparate processes.

Today’s computing landscape consists of enterprises that have rationalized and standardized their IT functions and are now looking for new ways to manage costs, increase user adoption, and modernize their platform. Organizations are moving to more agile and flexible solutions, while looking to the cloud as the next-generation platform.

This webinar is for enterprise architects, solution architects, and IT managers who are considering a move to the cloud. You’ll hear how other organizations are successfully moving to the cloud and what the next five years has in store for this industry.

Transformational moments are now possible in record time. Join this webinar and watch how.


About Our Speaker:

Paul Hampton, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Alfresco

 

Paul Hampton is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Alfresco. In his 10 years at Alfresco, Paul is a thought leader in the space of digital transformation, enterprise modernization, and cloud migration. When he is not working, you can find Paul with a camera in his hands.


 

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