The Cloud and Enterprises

The cloud inspires grande visions of a brighter future. But then migrating to the cloud is hard. A lot harder than you might think. Find out why.

This article is part of the limited preview of the “The Missing Cloud Programme Roadmap”, a generic roadmap for any enterprise cloud adoption programme.

  1. Executive Summary
  2. The Cloud and Enterprises
    1. Cloud is Part of the Future
      1. The Advantages for Cloud Companies
      2. The Opportunities for Traditional Enterprises
    2. Cloud is Hard
    3. Cloud in Highly Regulated Industries is Even Harder
  3. The Missing Cloud Programme Roadmap
  4. A Cloudy Future

The Cloud and Enterprises

From hallway conversations to board meetings and across industries, the almost mythical powers of the cloud fuel conversations and grande visions of a brighter future.

What the cloud has seemingly done for other organisations, especially “cloud companies”, remains a source of great inspiration and aspiration. For traditional enterprises, the cloud offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redefine the capabilities of modern corporate technology.

However, migrating a business to the cloud is hard, even harder for highly regulated businesses. Especially, when striving for a seamless integration into the existing corporate ecosystem.

Cloud is Part of the Future

Find out more about it in the next article.

So, How Are You Using the Cloud?!

While the above Worx for Me!™ when it comes to the cloud and enterprises, you may have an alternative or better way.

Think this is all rubbish, massively overrated, or generally heading into the absolutely wrong direction?! Feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn and teach me something new!

As always, prove me wrong and I’ll buy you a pint!


Dominic Dumrauf

An Enterprise Solution Architect by profession, an avid outdoor enthusiast by heart, and a passionate barista by choice. Still hunting that elusive perfect espresso.

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