Rens Troost

Rens Troost

Rens is a guy you need to meet. His vision and ability to translate your needs into reality astounds our clients and teams alike. He is fast, detailed and nimble. To him the next challenge is a joy not a burden.

He’s got a solid background, too. Across more than two decades as a senior IT executive at leading financial services firms, Rens has earned his reputation for bringing together stakeholders, and aligning IT capabilities with business needs.

Rens came to Virtual Clarity from UBS, where as Executive Director he led architecture and design for the company’s global infrastructure organisation, and oversaw initiatives ranging from the introduction of Linux and virtualization to post 9/11 IT business continuity. His first-hand experience as an IT leader in the banking sector means he is in high demand amongst Virtual Clarity’s clients.

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Six steps for moving to a digital operating model in the cloud

Vice president, fellow and chief technology officer for the UKIIMEA region at DXC Technology Sukhi Gill has written a blog of the six best practices for moving to hybrid IT.

Shifting workloads to the cloud is supposed to be simple, but many IT managers are running into pitfalls.

The cloud not only involves IT, but also allows for the possibility of new business models, representing a different kind of change. Just to make things even more complicated, many businesses have realised that some enterprise applications may never move to the cloud, instead having to remain on premises. Even amongst those that are good cloud candidates, it’s complicated.

To read Sukhi’s six top tips on how to move to a digital operating model in the cloud, click here.

To follow Sukhi Gill on Twitter click here and on LinkedIn click here.

Virtual Clarity and DXC Technology are strategic affiliates that collaborate on joint go-to-market pursuits. The companies have an agreement to help enterprises accelerate their transformation to leading cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services, IBM Cloud and Microsoft Azure.