Meeting the Data-Related Challenges of Cloud Migration
In the current environment, cloud migration is a requirement. With more people working remotely than ever before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they need access to the data that’s most crucial to doing their jobs. Moving that data to the cloud is the best way to ensure your enterprise stays operable and relevant when employees can’t be physically present. To get the most out of their cloud migrations, companies are aligning these projects with other strategic moves. Not only are they looking at ways of mitigating risk around availability in cases of the pandemic or natural disaster, but they’re also examining the availability, elasticity and scalability of the cloud, as well as pay-peruse instances to transform and modernize their businesses. One of the main details companies are examining is the way they’re storing and using their data. With cloud migrations, they’re looking to modernize data architecture to get more value from their data to create better products, services and experiences for employees and customers alike. Within the next year, 59 percent of companies plan to increase their cloud spending². They’ll move more files and applications to the cloud and will expect to see greater benefits from those moves.
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