Webinar – Do the Benefits of Cloud Outweigh the Risk? – Thursday, 11/12, 1-2pm



Shadow IT is a serious threat for businesses. It can cause a 4 to 5 times increase in hidden costs due to managing unnecessary business risk.

So how do you keep costs down and diminish risks?

Join Bob Dimicco at our upcoming shadow IT webinar and learn how you can mitigate risks and control costs by managing your shadow IT.

In just one hour, you’ll learn:

  • Which cloud services are the riskiest and how to consolidate them
  • Ways to help ensure compliance and be prepared for audits
  • How to use the risk management features in our software to manage your shadow IT
Robert Dimicco
Senior Director
Cisco Advanced Services

Robert Dimicco is the global leader and founder of Cisco Cloud Consumption and Broker Services Practice and Business Unit. His background has focused on developing new categories of market-leading products and services. Throughout his career, Dimicco has led a range of service, software, hardware, and infrastructure businesses—from startups to multi-million dollar global enterprises. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s of science in electrical engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

About the Service:

Cisco Cloud Consumption as a Service helps you gain visibility into cloud services employees are using across your organization and implement stronger cloud management practices. This provides IT and LoB managers with critical public cloud consumption information, enabling them to make informed decisions about cloud governance.

By using data collection tools, Cisco gathers enterprisewide cloud service provider usage data and identifies potential risks, costs, and usage trends. This annual software subscription helps you discover the right cloud services to meet your needs, benchmark your usage against peers, and become more strategic to your business.

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