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Business Case for Cloud Migration

Feb 24, 2020 6:56:16 AM

by Ken Cameron

The great migration has begun; the speed of cloud deployments is only picking up. The public cloud services market will end 2018 21% higher than last year. A decade after the internet stabilized, early adopters have grown comfortable while CIOs in the most stoic traditional organizations are finally conducting enterprise migrations to join the rest of the world in public, private, and hybrid models. By 2020, roughly 83% of all enterprise organizations will have some workloads in the cloud.

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“Mainframe” doesn’t make many headlines these days. This could be because mainframes are a relatively “traditional” way of hosting large IT infrastructure and data processing. Another reason might be that innovations in the space are starting to slow as enterprises look to the cloud to replace these once-critical components of a business.

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Costs are almost always top of mind when an enterprise considers new technology. This approach is sensible for most sourcing strategies. But when it comes to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), it’s also important to consider the technology’s benefits in addition to its costs.

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You’ve probably seen the whole gamut of “as a Service” models in industry publications, here on LinkedIn, and at major conferences. These cloud-driven as a Service models are changing the face of enterprise IT. Instead of spending more and more resources to find and hire qualified specialists, businesses are turning to subscription services from external, highly experienced teams. Companies of any size can take advantage of cost-effective virtual online services.

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Because IT infrastructure has traditionally been associated with significant capital investment as well as ongoing expenses for maintenance and upgrades, planning is critical to ensure cost-effectiveness as well as top service levels.

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Today’s definition of ‘IT leader’ means something entirely different than it did 10 years ago. The traditional mindset of ‘command and control’ has given way to an era that encourages employee empowerment and embraces the next generation in IT innovation. Former Apple CEO and arguably the greatest innovator of our generation, Steve Jobs, said it best when discussing his leadership philosophy, “It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do”. Modern CIOs can’t afford to be stagnant or complacent; they must constantly seek out new ways to become more agile, efficient, and productive while simultaneously supporting the rising digital demands of today’s marketplace.

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