Learn from the International CIO of one of the top 10 ad agencies in the world how consolidating infrastructure has become key to streamlining costs, enhancing productivity, and increasing cash flow.
With operations spanning 295 offices and 11,000 employees, TBWA’s IT staff faced increasing demands to bring storage and data protection costs under control without reducing flexibility or security. Join Adam Sharp, CIO International for TBWA, The Disruption® Company, and Adweek’s 2018 Global Agency of the Year, as he discusses why his team opted for a “disruptive” cloud strategy of its own and what the results to date have been:
How the business strategy drove TBWA to the cloud
What key decisions enabled them to reduce costs and meet capacity requirements at the same time
How they went about a worldwide roll-out of their cloud storage strategy
Why multi-cloud capability is important
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