Navigating multi-cloud, modernising security
As CIOs look to best-of-breed services, leading them down the path of cloud-native technologies, multi-cloud operating models and the onset of AI, the focus must shift to data sovereignty, governance, people impact and improving security hygiene.
In the post-pandemic world, the CIO’s emphasis has been on driving continual iterative change, improved time-to-market and delivering a faster Return on Investment (ROI).
And cloud computing has become one of the vehicles to do all three. The self-service nature of Software-as-Service (SaaS) and the rich expertise and features available through hyperscalers like AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform have enabled CIOs to expedite innovation, improve productivity and collaboration—while reducing their reliance on their own labour and cost-intensive data centres. McKinsey says cloud’s value has become so advanced that it now offers organisations the opportunity to transform ‘in’ the cloud, even through to the creation of new business models.
Over time, however, a more complicated picture of the cloud has emerged. Through a combination of a desire for best-of-breed services, increasing line-of-business influence over technology decisions, diverse workload requirements and a need for redundancy and flexibility.
In this whitepaper, we will break down how best to balance efficiency and security in a multi-cloud world.
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