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.
Cloud is not a destination. It is a new and better way of doing things.
Modernising an application to take advantage of cloud-native architectures and services is complex, requiring expertise in cloud technologies, processes and tools. Here's how to get started.
A simple model to help frame the organisational obstacles you’ll encounter and the solutions you’ll need to succeed in your Cloud Adoption Programme.
Here is the challenge. How do you connect the simplest version of a secure public cloud environment to exercise an organisation’s muscles, demonstrate cloud services, and engage all key stakeholders?
While few will dispute the hard cost savings of cloud, there is always a need to create a compelling business case that defines the value of agility and other soft benefits.