The lineup for Computerworld's deep dive into utility computing is complete with the addition of KPMG senior manager Eric Svetcov, who will talk about the business challenges of utility computing.
Svetcov has more than 15 years experience in information security and IT management and recently joined KPMG's risk advisory services practice in Auckland. He was recently information security director at salesforce.com and director of IT and operations for two other software-as-a-service companies in the United States.
He recently published an article concerning the risks of hidden SaaS implementations in SC Magazine and will share his insights next Tuesday, June 24, in Auckland.
He joins a great lineup of speakers including Jeff Shaw, information systems manager at North Shore City Council, which already uses a utility model to deliver IT services. Henare Howard, executive manager information services at Te Roopu Taurima O Manukau Trust is another early adopter who will share his insights. Tim Chaffe, enterprise architecture manager at University of Auckland will talk about the University's efforts to create a "virtual utility".
Also speaking will be Wayne Norrie, CEO, Revera who will talk about the value of utility computing in sustainable IT, the skills shortage and other business benefits.
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