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Cloud Migration

Cloud is the present and future of IT infrastructure. Cloud-based systems are influential drivers in streamlining processes, boosting efficiency, ensuring scalability, and achieving faster outcomes in IT environments. Owing to the impressive capabilities of cloud-based systems, enterprises are fully/partially migrating

Most businesses today utilize Cloud to run a significant part of their workload. In essence, their decision to utilize internet-based technology is influenced by various factors. These include all the positive aspects that make the software reliable for use.However, the

Technology has evolved massively in the past decade and industries must come up-to-date and follow the current trends. We are now at the point when a multitude of devices are connected and are communicating to make processes work efficiently in

Not long ago, we were analyzing how enterprises are leveraging the cloud for better collaboration, and cost efficiency, therefore it’s time to see how small and medium companies (SMBs) are doing in terms of cloud adoption. Cloud computing is not something only

Over the past years, we’ve seen how cloud computing completely changed the business world. Unfortunately, as the demand for cloud infrastructure started growing, so did the energy consumption of data centers and the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, leading to a

The age of digital transformation means that more and more organizations are choosing to move their workloads onto the cloud. In fact, it is projected that by the year 2020, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud.Why are

The Gartner report from April 2018, An I&O Leader’s Guide to Serverless Computing, shows that by 2020, more than 20% of global enterprises will have deployed serverless computing technologies. Let’s look to see what all this buzz around going serverless

In my career, larger companies struggled as they chose to go for cloud adoption. The SMB’s moved sooner and realized the competitive advantages early on. The latest studies have shown that cloud computing could solve a series of common issues in

Organizations and their leaders are increasingly relying on cloud computing technologies to drive digital transformation strategies and to gain a competitive edge in the crowded market, but they should start also consider the common pitfalls when migration to the cloud.

Last week I analyzed seven cloud migration platforms. You will find the first part of my analysis here. For the second piece, I have done some deeper digging into the same Cloud Migrations Platforms to see how they stack up against

Cloud computing has been a hot topic of discussion for some time now - and it’s far from over. The industry is expected to continue to grow, and cloud migration is now a standard feature in most IT budgets. According to

Cloud computing has made Disaster Recovery get better over time. We have grown massively but, there is still a need to create a plan for unpredictable situations, such as the natural disasters. With cloud computing, creating a backup infrastructure to

When CIOs or Cloud Service Providers choose a cloud migration platform for their application journey to the cloud, deciding on the “right” platform can be complex, challenging and time-consuming.  Platform requirements often include; multi-cloud support (Azure, Google, AWS, VMware), use

If you’re thinking about a move to the cloud, you’re not alone. According to the latest State of the Cloud Survey, companies included in the study use cloud services, and the percentage of the organizations using multiple cloud solutions increased

Cloud computing implementation is still a hot topic. The latest CloudEndure report on cloud migration revealed that the usage of the cloud - public, private or hybrid - will continue to increase year after year. Also, the Gartner report found

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