Best practice for cloud migration

PAUL MERCINA | October 21, 2019

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Cloud migration - the process of moving data and applications from IT infrastructure on-site within an organisation to the cloud - remains a key priority for many businesses. Indeed, it is predicted that 83 per cent of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020, with public cloud platforms such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure continuing to dominate the market. With the widespread adoption of mobile devices and flexible working practices, organisations are increasingly turning to the cloud seeking greater IT agility, scalability and business continuity.The benefits of cloud-based IT are multiple, but the process of actually migrating a company’s IT systems to the cloud - while simultaneously ensuring ‘business as usual’ for staff, customers and the supply chain - is not without its challenges. A robust strategy will allow organisations to best reap the rewards, while making the process as efficient and straight-forward as possible.

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