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With the current state of the national and
international marketplace, the question of your company implementing
cloud-based solutions is no longer a question of if but when. When it comes to
the cloud, the key advantages are accessibility, agility, analytics, security,
scalability, and flexibility. Most companies either save money directly from
cloud migration or at least free up rapidly accessible funds.
While it’s true that initial cloud migration
does not always go smoothly, with careful planning and scaled implementation,
you can avoid many common challenges and pitfalls. We’re going to look at five
key things to remember for every cloud migration to maximize your chances for
When choosing a partner for your companies shift
to the cloud, it’s important not only to bring the best minds to the table but
also to expect the same from your outside partner. There is no such thing as
one-size-fits-all when it comes to cloud migration and the partner you choose
should show that they’ve researched your company and its needs ahead of the
When migrating to the cloud, many people have the misconception that it’s like pouring water from a bucket – that is, it’s all or nothing with little choice in the way the water flows. In reality, you need to be picky about what, when, and how your company migrates to the cloud.
The goal of moving to the cloud relates to
optimization and innovation – the optimization of increasing the speed and
accuracy of a task’s completion and the innovation of refactoring applications
to be cloud-native. “Cloud-native” refers to the idea that you can either
augment or totally swap out the application being utilized for a given task or
service so that it takes advantage of what the cloud has to offer.
When planning your strategy for cloud migration,
it helps to think of the center of a spider’s web. It’s the crossing point for
the business as a whole, the hub or center of activity. The vibrations and
decisions sent out from the center affect the entire business. It’s important
to think of how each decision ripples each strand of that web and determine how
each ending department is impacted.
Cloud migration is an opportunity to throw out
the playbook for how things have always been done – the most common change
companies make relates to data. Specifically, the way they acquire, store,
access, and analyze it. The advent of the cloud has led to a boom in the field
of data analytics; therefore, you need to explore potential ways to enhance the
insights your business gains from its data.
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