As companies continue to reinvent themselves for the digital world, a fundamental capability is to quickly modernise key applications and run them across any type of IT infrastructure. Be it the company data centre or the private cloud for their most sensitive data and critical workloads; or the public cloud where they get scale and access to a myriad of cloud-based services. Increasingly, companies see the value in creating hybrid cloud architectures to ensure the best combination of different approaches.
TechRadar Pro sat down with Andrew Wilcock, VP IBM Cloud UK & Ireland, at IBM to learn more about IBM’s hybrid cloud strategy and how the company is redefining the cloud landscape.
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