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Ten Factors to Consider When Moving to the Cloud

  • Ten Factors to Consider When Moving to the Cloud-

    Does your agreement stipulate fines/compensation for exceeded downtime?

    Losing a cloud service could sting, but make sure you are adequately compensated if it begins to bite. Be very precise around what constitutes outage, and when any fiscal penalties should kick in.

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Ten Factors to Consider When Moving to the Cloud

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    Does your agreement stipulate fines/compensation for exceeded downtime?

    Losing a cloud service could sting, but make sure you are adequately compensated if it begins to bite. Be very precise around what constitutes outage, and when any fiscal penalties should kick in.

Employee personal adoption of the cloud combined with a range of improvements in the security of cloud technologies have driven more CIOs to consider cloud computing to cut costs and improve IT efficiency throughout their organizations. By the end of 2015, the size of the global cloud services market is estimated to be $180 billion. If you’re one of the organizations looking to move some of the 50 million physical servers worldwide to the cloud, a few critical points, identified by Rory Canavan of 1E, must be taken into consideration.