Learn what 1,000 of your colleagues really think about Cloud Business Services

Join us for a Webinar on February 17

HfS Research, in partnership with the Outsourcing Unit of the London School of Economics, is hosting a webinar, sponsored by Accenture, featuring the key findings from the groundbreaking study of Cloud Business Services.

Davis, Wilcocks, Fersht and Harris

Cloudy with a chance of Davis, Willcocks, Fersht and Harris

Join HfS Research Founder and CEO Phil Fersht, HfS Managing Director Euan Davis, Professor Leslie Willcocks, Professor for Work, Technology and Globalization at London School of Economics, and Managing Director of Cloud Services at Accenture Jimmy Harris.

The issues on the table include:

  • The contrasting views and intentions of business and IT executives towards Cloud Business Services
  • The impact of Cloud on work culture and delivering competitive advantage
  • How both business and IT executives need to tool-up and prepare to adopt Cloud Business Services
  • The crucial role service providers need to play as Cloud Business enablers for today’s organizations

Cloud Will Transform Business As We Know It:
The Secret’s In The Source
Thursday, February 17, 2011
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Click here to register now.Space is Limited

HfS/LSE Cloud Business Services study


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  1. Posted February 1, 2011 at 12:53 pm | Permalink

    Look forward to it. Cloud for business is a revolutionary idea that I hope gets some good traction.

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