Organisations are increasingly turning to cloud to reduce the time and costs of managing their IT infrastructure and enable them to focus on their core business activities. The headline costs of public cloud services are falling, but before moving services it’s vital to understand exactly what you are buying to ensure you obtain the service levels you require to avoid additional, unexpected costs. With some types of cloud service, you still have to retain responsibilities, skills and equipment in-house, while others may not be suitable for legacy applications. Download Cloud Management – The C-Suite guide to making cloud work for any organisation
Your Roadmap Through the Cloud
Moving one or more services to cloud is strategic decision, but as wth any change programme, it is just the first step in a journey, and can be approached in many ways. Here we outline how organisation can go about planning transitioning to and managing their IT services when migration partly or wholly to cloud. Download our Cloud Roadmap
How Secure is your Critical Business Data?
Mobile and flexible working mean that the parameters of what is required to maintain data security have changed and are continually evolving. In the past, businesses have focussed on protecting their network perimeter to keep business data secure. Download our data security white paper.