It is no longer the case that if you should move to cloud, but more of a case of do you have a valid reason not to be in the cloud, according to Ken Corless, a principal with Deloitte Consulting in its cloud practice.
A few years ago cost would have been a key factor in moving to the cloud, however it is now about agility and responsiveness which are seen as some of the top drivers.
“What customers find is that they can just get things done more quickly and be more agile because they no longer have to worry about their own infrastructure anymore. Instead, they can focus on getting the applications, getting the analytics and other functionality they want up and running very quickly in cloud environments,” said Dominic Sartorio, SVP of products and development for Protegrity, enterprise and cloud data security software provider.
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