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Cloud adoption in South Africa is still very reactionary, specifically due to regulatory issues, compliance and security concerns, bandwidth constraints and inadequate understanding about what makes cloud computing different from traditional virtual infrastructures. Cloud computing is not simply a technology evolution. It is a different way of enabling and transforming enterprise IT delivery and services.
Cloud computing is not a one-size-fits-all solution, so it is critical to perform a detailed analysis before deciding on the best approach for your organisation. This process revolves around analysing five core areas:
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There is a clear edge for early adopters of cloud computing, transforming and enabling their business and IT models towards cost effectiveness, enhanced collaboration, increased agility and innovative solutions. There is a real competitive need to consider how your organisation can benefit from cloud adoption. Whether you’re just getting started with your cloud strategy, or you are looking for smart ways to expand current initiatives, we can help you in your efforts. Our strong independence philosophy and virtually unmatched global capabilities mean that you’ll get objective advice and implementation-related services to effectively help you in your efforts to implement a cloud solution to address your important business challenges.
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