Thursday, February 10th, 2011
Webinar: “The Key Steps to getting on the Cloud”

Date: Tuesday 15 February 2011

Time: 15:00 to 16:00 EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Registration: To register for this Webinar, please click here - IQ Events site

The IQ Business Group Launches its 2011 Thought Leadership Webinar Series
The Key Steps to getting on the Cloud

The IQ Business Group has launched its 2011 Thought Leadership Webinar Series with its first session, “The Key Steps to getting on the Cloud”.
This insightful webinar targets individuals seeking a clear and concise explanation of how cloud computing can help and how to incorporate it into your business.
The cloud computing phenomenon is benefiting many organisations and departments with its flexibility to host business applications – faster, easier and at considerably lower cost.

Our speaker is Ragav Jagannathan, General Manager of Microsoft Solutions for The IQ Business Group and global expert on cloud computing. Ragav will de-mystify the cloud, outline its business benefits and offer practical and pragmatic insights to help your business get on the cloud.

Ragav has more than a decade’s experience consulting at top tier investment banks and major financial institutions in the Australian, Asia Pacific, United Kingdom and United States of America markets.

This webinar will:
• explore the business benefits of the cloud and outline a practical demonstration of a “cloud”-based Project Management solution – so you can see the cloud in action
• introduce the business benefits of Microsoft Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS), which can potentially reduce IT costs by 40% and help transition IT from a “cost centre to strategic asset”.
Don’t miss this opportunity to make 2011 the year of the cloud.


Contact Profile

The IQ Business Group

Founded in 1998, The IQ Business Group (IQ) is a worldwide provider of comprehensive business solutions and the technologies that enable them. IQ focuses on helping clients improve operational and technological efficiency and reducing operational risk. Today in Australia, the company employs over 80 specialist consultants with major offices in Melbourne and Sydney. It offers four practice lines – Operations, Technology, Risk and Microsoft Solutions.
Cathryn van der Walt
P: 0402 327 633


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