Cloud Management II

$845.00

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) intermediate courses that offer cloud management best practices.

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This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes five (5) intermediate courses that offer cloud management best practices.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(CLM200) Building a Business Case for a Cloud Project
Making the decision to implement a cloud structure within your organization is very important in today’s technological environment. This course will provide learners with not only an overview on the savings associated with implementing a cloud, but how they can write a business case for organizational leaders to see the benefit as well

(UCP) Creating and Implementing a UC Management Policy
All enterprises that migrate to UC should have a clear policy for managing its functions. There are multiple ways in which the lack of clear policy can lead to low user adoption and potential misuse of the UC features. It is necessary to communicate expectations for the adoption and use of UC, as specified by the corporation, so there is no confusion for users. The implementation of good change control mechanisms will allow the UC to scale with the enterprise as needed and to make maximum use of the functionality available from the UC platform.

(CSM) Cloud Security: Mitigation Considerations
This course provides an advanced look at security concerns within cloud environments and offers recommendations for mitigating each one.

(CLM204) Intermediate Audit & Optimization
This course provides learners with technical steps required to complete a cloud audit. Utilizing real-world scenarios, this course provides multiple examples of cloud licensing, storage, and security auditing. This course benefited from the assistance of Shauna Heydecker, National Sales Director with IQ Telecom. Her experience in telecom, mobility, and IT management contributed to the cloud auditing and optimization knowledge base this course provides.

(TSC) Telecom Security: Cloud Security
Cloud computing represents one of the largest and fastest-growing technologies in telecom. More and more enterprises are moving to a cloud model to save money, improve efficiency and gain access to improved AI or neural networks. However, there are increased risks to the security of the data stored and moving through the cloud. These risks need to be evaluated and mitigated to make a cloud solution the right fit for an enterprise.

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