Global Capacity To Speak On Optimized Cloud Application Delivery
VP of Marketing to present at Cloud Channel Summit.
Global Capacity has announced that Mary Stanhope, vice president of marketing, will be speaking at the 2014 Cloud Channel Summit, co-located with NexGen Cloud Conference and Expo, to be held December 3 in San Diego, CA. Cloud Channel Summit brings together senior-level executives to discuss the unique challenges and new models for building successful partnerships in the Cloud. The Cloud Channel Summit provides a valuable meeting place for channel and partner development executives to share industry best practices.
Stanhope will join industry experts from Oracle, IndependenceIT and Corent Technologies on the Executive Roundtable: Creating Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Partnership Opportunities to be moderated by Rhianna Collier, VP Software Division, SIIA. The segment will examine how to best leverage a Cloud ecosystem and what makes up a winning Cloud partnership. Ms. Stanhope will also provide insights into platforms for effectively buying Cloud connectivity and simplifying network design, pricing and ordering.
“As Cloud computing proliferates, success will depend on partnerships that combine applications, computing and connectivity,” says Mary Stanhope, Vice President of Marketing for Global Capacity. “Leveraging Global Capacity’s network with connectivity to over 3 million commercial addresses in the US, we offer a unique solution to simplify the delivery of business applications from data centers to customer locations.”
Global Capacity’s One Marketplace eliminates the complexity and inefficiency of buying data network by combining a physically interconnected and aggregated access network with a cloud based application that automates the procurement of connectivity services. The One Marketplace platform streamlines service delivery ensuring the best client experience by providing customers with a single interface through which to design, price and fulfill multi-network, multi-geography requirements, as well as a single contract SLA, bill and point of contact.
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