Using cloud industry trade secrets to cut costsUsing cloud industry trade secrets to cut costs...The recent pandemic has forced companies to go digital and companies that have already gone digital to increase their capacity.

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The concept of 4IR in South Africa has had a slow up take compared to the developed countries, but with the recent situation in order to survive both individuals and companies have had to embrace and adapt.

StudEX Enterprise and AWS have partnered up to bring the StudEX and AWS Business Rescue Summit. The summit will bring to light trade secrets to assist large entities in decreasing their spend more specifically with their cloud solutions.

Cloud storage is a cloud computing model that stores data on the internet through a cloud computing provider who manages and operates data storage as a service.

“It’s delivered on demand with just-in-time capacity and costs, and eliminates buying and managing your own data storage infrastructure. This gives you agility, global scale and durability, with anytime, anywhere data access.” – AWS

Cloud storage is purchased from a third party cloud vendor who owns and operates data storage capacity and delivers it over the Internet in a pay-as-you-go model. These cloud storage vendors manage capacity, security and durability to make data accessible to your applications all around the world.

“Companies have seen the worst and this event aims to show how important it has become for South African businesses to reduce unnecessary cloud spend. Especially now during the COVID-19 Epidemic it is imperative to cut costs!”

According to Tumelo Ramaphosa, founder and CEO of Studex. “Over the past couple of years I've gotten to know key industry insiders at places like Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft... And they've taught me 3 ways that most CTO's and CFO's don't normally focus on that can reduce cloud spend up to 40%.

In fact we recently worked with a large African commerce company and reduced their monthly AWS bill by $600,000 per month.”

Cloud computing has never been more important as everyday life activities such as Banking, Email, Media Streaming, and Ecommerce all use the Cloud and have been in great demand almost over night.

With the change in consumer behavior because of the restrictions enforced, companies have suffered severe losses with devastating implications. The StudEX and AWS Business Rescue Summit aims to cut company expenses to allow them to recover and run their businesses optimally. This webinar will take place on June 9th 2020 at 14:00 and registrations for this webinar can be done via https://www.studex.live/4ir39276382#open-popup

More info: www.studex.live

ABOUT TUMELO RAMAPHOSA

Tumelo Ramaphosa holds a Masters Degree in International Business from Hult International Business School, San Francisco. He is the CEO and Founder of StudEX Wildlife, a cryptocurrency that facilitates a conservation investment platform. StudEX is registered in California with operations in South Africa, Dubai and Rwanda.

StudEx is more than a trading platform that uses blockchain technology, it is an investment platform that places sustainable profits for its farmers and wildlife conservation at the centre. With a tokenized approach to breeding, allowing fractional ownership in a digital token of different animals, StudEx is the pioneering leader in its field.

About AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 175 fully featured services from data centers globally. Millions of customers—including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies—are using AWS to lower costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.

About Unorthodox PR and Media Group

Unorthodox PR and Media Group is a public relations company that places its clients directly in front of its target audience using media platforms such as television, radio, print, digital. Unorthodox PR and Media Group has presence in Southern Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, New York and parts of the United Kingdom.

 

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