Why Can’t We Migrate To The Cloud Ourselves?
Migrating involves moving your data, applications, and other technology solutions from your onsite location to the Cloud. But it’s much more than this. Every cloud migration is different. It takes skill and expertise to customize your migration to align with your current and future operations and goals.
Why Is Migrating So Complicated?
Migrating your infrastructure to the Cloud is a detailed process that requires careful planning. Problems like interoperability conflicts, security issues, and unanticipated application modifications can present significant bottlenecks. To ensure a seamless and effective transition requires a pre-planned and well-thought-out migration strategy.
Will Our Leadership Be Involved?
When undertaken correctly, the migration process should prompt you to reassess your processes, IT architecture, user roles, and overall technology goals. Doing this will ensure you get the most from today’s cloud-based technologies.
Although you shouldn’t undertake a migration on your own, you and your leadership will be integrally involved. The Migration Specialist will consult with and involve you and your designated representatives before, during, and after the migration.
What’s Involved In The Migration Process?
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