More and more organizations are eager to tap into the huge business benefits to moving to the cloud, but often get stuck along the way.
Here we’ve outlined one example of how a large financial organization began their journey to the cloud but soon ran up against common roadblocks, including the project not moving fast enough.
How they addressed their challenges can help your IT organization get your migration project back on track:
The Problem: Cloud Project Stalls
This organization’s cloud migration plans had been moving at a snail’s pace, with poor communication and lack of progress, despite the countless meetings and emails to try to exchange information and move things forward.
Despite all this activity, it was becoming increasingly apparent that they were spinning their wheels. They couldn’t get their plan off the ground. It was difficult to get the right folks to collaborate and make sure all the data was being captured correctly.
And worst of all, they had the distinct fear that some critical application interdependencies were going to get missed, causing an outage that would impact business services.
Biggest Challenges Moving to the Cloud
The IT leaders at this organization were forced to confront common challenges when moving to the cloud including:
How They Got Their Cloud Migration Plan Back on Track
Here are the steps this financial organization took to solve these challenges and get their cloud migration back on track:
The results were clear:
For more information, read the full case study here.
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