Making big decisions for any part of your business is never simple, however choosing when and how to migrate over to the cloud can be one of the most complicated - even if it seems simple from the outset. There are seemingly endless decisions to be made, such as which provider to use, what your strategy should be and how to plan your budgets, and this is before you even get started on how to manage the migration between each of your different applications.
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Have you got unanswered questions about how to go about your cloud migration? Perhaps you’ve already started the process and are looking for an expert to help you get the most out of it, or you could still be in the decision making stages and are wanting to get the most out of your strategy without wasting valuable time, money and resources.
Adopting the Azure cloud can transform your organisation, delivering vast gains in speed, agility, and performance of IT systems, while removing the need for outdated hardware.
As the CAMS product director at igroup I will be letting you know about CAMS updates as we release them. Below is the update from December 2021 which included Q4 updates to the CAMS software.
Using the Azure cloud to power your organisation’s critical applications and business processes will enhance the delivery of your IT services, while reducing fixed costs and removing dated legacy systems.
Our client, Valuechain, is a leading provider of smart manufacturing solutions, with applications that increase productivity, promote collaboration and provide additional intelligence to their clients.
The AWS cloud has the power to transform your business, providing vast gains in speed, agility, and performance, while removing the need for outdated legacy systems.
As a thank you for their business, igroup put on a track day at Bedford Autodrome for three of its most valued clients, Steve Boother from Autoscribe, Tom Gullen from Scirra and Dan Frost from Adaptive Web.
Hosting your business’s critical processes and applications in the cloud allows you to enhance the delivery of IT services and streamline operations, while reducing fixed costs and removing outdated legacy systems.
Working with a partner is usually the preferred option for businesses seeking AWS support.