THE LOS ANGELES TIMES SAYS:
"WHEN THOMAS TRAPPLER TALKS CLOUDS, COMPANIES LISTEN"
Thomas Trappler is featured in the article "In the Cloud, An Often Hazy Grasp of Security Risks"
on the front page of the Los Angeles Times Business section.
"CLOUD COMPUTING RISK MITIGATION
VIA CONTRACT NEGOTIATION & VENDOR MANAGEMENT" SEMINAR
NEW YORK, NY --- MARCH 30, 2015
***TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE***
Taught by internationally recognized cloud computing risk mitigation expert Thomas Trappler, "Cloud Computing Risk Mitigation Via Contract Negotiation & Vendor Management" is the must-attend learning event for anyone implementing, planning or considering adopting a cloud computing solution. Thomas Trappler has been named "The Cloud Contract Adviser" by Computerworld and a "Cloud Luminary" by CA Technologies. Each participant will receive a copy of the Cloud Computing Contract Checklist (C4), a proven tool for mitigating cloud computing risk. Participants will leave this seminar with a detailed and thorough understanding of:
Seminar participants say:
"Your seminar was excellent and the insight will be invaluable"
"It was very informative from start to finish"
"Your balanced approach to addressing cloud contract issues was refreshing and realistic"
"I consider myself very fortunate to have been able to attend your class"
"Your seminar provided me with an excellent framework for analyzing risk in cloud contracts"
"I found the seminar very enlightening and helpful"
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Unable to attend the New York seminar? Schedule a session of the seminar on-site at your organization's location at a time that best meets your needs. To schedule, email Thomas@ThomasTrappler.com
THOMAS TRAPPLER --- "CLOUD LUMINARY"
Thomas Trappler has been named a "Cloud Luminary" by CA Technologies. Cloud Luminaries are thought leaders on the leading edge of the cloud computing trend. Thomas Trappler is honored to join the distinguished group of individuals holding the "Cloud Luminary" title, including Vivek Kundra, Nicholas Carr and Timothy Chou. For additional details please CLICK HERE.
Thomas Trappler has extensive experience leading enterprisewide IT procurement and vendor management initiatives and negotiations focused on cost reduction and risk mitigation, with an emphasis on cloud computing contracts and software licensing agreements.
Per the Los Angeles Times, "When Thomas Trappler talks clouds, companies listen." Trappler is an internationally recognized expert in cloud computing risk mitigation via contract negotiation and vendor management, and was named a "Cloud Luminary" by CA Technologies alongside such distinguished thought leaders as Vivek Kundra and Nicholas Carr.
Dubbed the "Cloud Contract Advisor" by Computerworld, Trappler has presented at numerous events, including Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Congress, IAPP Privacy Academy, Cloud Expo, Gartner Catalyst, CA World, Security Threats Conference, IT Sourcing and Procurement Summit, Educause Annual Conference, The Business of Cloud Computing Conference, and the Security Professionals Conference. He has written a monthly column for Computerworld regarding cloud computing contracts, co-authored the book "Contracting for Cloud Services", and has published articles on cloud contracting and open source software for Educause Quarterly. Trappler has lectured at UCLA and the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, and developed and teaches "Cloud Computing Risk Mitigation Via Contract Negotiation & Vendor Management", the original seminar focused on cloud computing contract issues.
As Director of Software Licensing for the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Trappler successfully negotiated over 40 enterprise-wide IT procurement agreements resulting in client-centric terms and conditions with vendors including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, SurveyMonkey, Adobe, SPSS, Blackboard, Autodesk and Sophos. These agreements have generated over $7.5 million in cost reductions per year and provide 188,000 licenses to over 228 operating units.