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Tuesday, 24 May 2016

48 Hours To Better Manage Cloud For Your Business - Part 1


Welcome to our 2nd blog post within our six part series on "48 Hours To Better Manage Cloud For Your Business" from CareerEvolve.com!

We will outline an approach for Business leaders to follow so that they can better leverage cloud computing and maximize their investment.

The series of blog posts will discuss the following topics:

Part 1 - Questions business owners should be asking.

Part 2 - The importance of People, Process and Tools.

Part 3 - 9 Common Pitfalls to Avoid With Cloud Computing.

Part 4 - Pizza As A Service Cloud Analogy.

Part 5 - When is Cloud Computing Not A Fit For Your Business?

Part 6 - What is a Cloud Architect?



In this post we will discuss the questions that every Business owner should be asking regarding their planning for cloud computing or their current investment toward cloud computing.

Cloud represents a new business model and it is promoted as providing several benefits for Business, but has this idea been taken too literal and many Business owners are actually lacking the proper planning or properly associating how their Business may even require cloud in the first place?

If you are a Business owner then ask yourself the following questions:


  1. What goals do you have for your Business?
  2. Does your Business face a gap between business expectations and actual Information Technology (IT) delivery?
  3. Are you missing business opportunities due to unsupportive technology investments, poor productivity of IT and misuse of resources?
  4. How will cloud computing help your Business meet its goals?

Are you able to answer each of these questions or at least know where to turn within your Business to find the answers?

Cloud Computing requires a new approach to how IT services are designed, delivered and maintained.

Cloud dictates substantial change for your Business.

Not having a solid foundation may lead to false starts and mistakes that slow your cloud
transformation, introducing competitive risks and diminished credibility.

If you would like to learn more then register for our upcoming online course "48 Hours To Better Manage Cloud For Your Business" from CareerEvolve.com!






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