3 mistakes to avoid when moving to the cloud

ROB LEACH | January 8, 2019

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It seems like competition only gets tougher, customer expectations only get higher, margins only get thinner. To gain an edge, companies are moving to the cloud, with its promises of greater agility and lower cost. The cloud’s been around long enough that those who haven’t fully embraced it should feel pressured to do so now, quickly, before it’s too late.But don’t let haste get in the way of developing a well-thought-out holistic strategy, because that’s when mistakes happen. Many cloud projects get suspended or killed because their expected benefits don’t materialize. Others put their companies in worse positions than before. The fact is, doing cloud the wrong way may increase your risk, not your reward.

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