Once you’ve made the decision to migrate to the cloud, the next obvious step is to decide whether you’re going to go direct to the supplier (Amazon or Microsoft) or work with a specialist partner. Although both suppliers have reasonably straightforward setup processes that can be managed in-house quite easily, on a day-to-day basis it’s likely that you’ll need more expert assistance. If you do choose to go with a specialist partner, there are a huge number of companies out there who can help, so how do you choose what’s right for your business?
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Over our 11 years of experience supporting and managing cloud environments for businesses of all shapes and sizes, we’ve learned plenty of valuable lessons.
Achieving well-maintained and well-managed cloud services, while keeping costs down, causes a headache for most businesses. And with the majority of your critical applications and processes running via the cloud these days, it’s easy to see why.
Cloud technology is by no means anything particularly new in the business world, however it’s becoming more and more prevalent for businesses looking for ways to improve and modernise their IT services.
With huge numbers of businesses moving their data storage over to the cloud, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s a reasonably straight-forward and simple process.
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Despite the well-documented advantages associated with the cloud – such as greater speed, flexibility, agility, scalability – many businesses find their spending quickly becomes out of control when not managed sufficiently.
If your organisation has invested in the cloud, you’ll likely have experienced significant benefits from its flexibility and scalability. However, those advantages also often contribute to – or can even directly cause – one of the cloud’s greatest challenges, which is uncontrollable costs.