John Cupit Consulting Solutions Cloud and Data Center Transformation Services Director AT&T

John Cupit is helping customers not only with cloud and data center transformation, but as he puts it, he helps them to facilitate the business perspective surrounding transformation. His title is Director of Cloud and Data Center Transformation Services with AT&T Consulting Solutions, Inc.. In this capacity, he has the opportunity to work with his customers in many cutting-edge implementations of cloud services supporting real world applications.

He comes to AT&T Consulting with a rich educational background from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an undergraduate degree in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University. He earned his Juris Doctorate in Law from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. While at Creighton he was the Executive Editor of the Creighton Law Review. That editing experience serves him well in his work here at the Networking Exchange Blog.

John’s primary emphasis today is in helping customers make sense of Cloud. He helps them analyze not just the technical aspects of Cloud Computing, but also the business benefits. He works to assist customers in evaluating the different models of cloud services and the use cases that can be best transformed to a cloud model.

Many customers today understand the importance of embracing “The Cloud”, but need help knowing which adoption model is best in their situation. That is where John spends a lot of time today with customers. As he says, “The speed at which technology emerges today is beyond most people’s ability to adopt it.” Therefore the need for assistance and sage advice is more important today than ever.

John Cupit will make many positive contributions as an author at Networking Exchange Blog. We look forward to his posts from the combination of his technical skills, business acumen and cultural awareness. Welcome aboard, John!

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