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Liam Eagle

Company: 451 Research

Job Title: Research Manager, Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud, Hosting & Managed Services

Liam Eagle

Liam Eagle is a Research Manager, VotE Cloud, Hosting and Managed Services. His research examines web and application hosting, managed hosting and cloud infrastructure. His research focuses in part on the adaptation of traditional hosting technologies and models to accommodate emerging needs. These include web presence SaaS, the focus on web professionals and the channel market for cloud infrastructure.

Prior to joining 451 Research, Liam was editor-in-chief at the Web Host Industry Review, where he managed a full-time editorial staff of four, along with dozens of freelancers and other contributors. In several years as co-chair of HostingCon, he built the educational program for one of the industry's most highly regarded and well-attended events.

Liam has closely covered the hosting market for more than 15 years, giving him a front-row seat for many of the transformative trends that have, shaped the business, including the emergence of virtualization and cloud technologies, and the development of the hosting market's partner ecosystem. He has spoken at the Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit, HostingCon, World Hosting Days, Parallels Summit, Open-Xchange Summit and other industry events. He holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Ryerson University in Toronto.

Liam Eagle Seminars

  • Preparing for a Hybrid Cloud Future Wed 3rd Oct 11:00 - 11:30

    Preparing for a Hybrid Cloud Future

    Businesses are adopting cloud technologies almost universally, and most of them expect a future state in which a combination of on-premises cloud, hosted and public cloud resources are integrated and used in combination to execute business functions. In this session, Liam Eagle, research manager at 451 Research, will outline business trends around hybrid cloud (referencing an enterprise adoption study conducted in association with NTT Communications and Dell EMC), and look at how planning for a hybrid future can and should impact present-day technology decision making.


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    Time / Place

    Wed 3rd Oct 11:00 to 11:30

    Cloud, Networks and Mobility