Converged Services – #CloudTalks with Six Degrees Group’s Ken Moody at Dell

In this episode of #CloudTalks at Dell, Compare the Cloud speaks with Cloud Business Development Manager Ken Moody from Six Degrees Group about their converged services. Providing connectivity, from Internet to private circuits, virtual voice services, and cloud resource services. With more of a consultive approach Six Degrees Group can help decide whether to put individual workloads into Azure, AWS or VMWare coming up with a hybrid solution.

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To view more videos in the series visit Compare the Cloud:
comparethecloud.net/category/watch/cloudtalks/

Visit Six Degrees Group to find out more:
6dg.co.uk/

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