The ‘S’ word is gaining increased airtime in organisations business strategy and risk registers, and no I’m not talking about security!
Some recent reports find more companies are choosing to move away from the public cloud onto on-premise infrastructure. But have we asked enough when – or why – this might be the case?
In the last year, COVID-19 tested the resiliency of New Zealand infrastructure, applications, network bandwidth, and remote sharing. Many struggled to keep their systems and services operating.
Your cloud strategy should underpin everything your organisation looks to do in the cloud, but knowing where to start can be a challenge.
Leveraging these core principles will provide a guiding light as your organisation designs, builds and operates your cloud estate.
A baseline to understanding how these two architectural cloud approaches are being utilised by organisations.
To get the most out of the cloud, you need the right applications. Here’s what to look for.
Accelerate your migration efforts by choosing apps best suited to the cloud and establishing relevant migration architectures.
Achieving quality outcomes does not have to involve all-nighters, last-minute rescue missions and other similar heroics.
A prescriptive approach to implementing a cloud programme that streamlines transformation, reduces risk, and accelerates time to value.
There is no point in doing something right if you are not doing the right thing.