Today, we have an article that highlights some key strategy failures that lead to huge mishaps while migrating your business to the cloud. There are three simple points, but each one can help you to make sure you are on the right path. David Linthicum from InfoWorld says that he considers this brief article a public service message and one that would have helped many other businesses if he had written it earlier!
Our previous article highlighted 3 ways companies often="100%" fall short when moving key business applications or processes into the cloud. The article we are focusing on today gives 3 Best Practices for cloud migration at an enterprise level. Jake Robinson, from Bluelock, writes about the importance that a well-planned cloud migration strategy can have on business objectives and continuity. His three best practices are as follows:
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Cloud security is a primary topic of concern for IT managers interested in utilizing cloud hosting for their IT infrastructure. Fear of moving to a cloud hosting model can be attributed to the unfamiliar security threats of the cloud versus an on-premise environment. A better understanding of the type of security issues the cloud has and if they are more severe than an on-premise attack is an important subject to explore.