Clouded Videos 7 of 7
Welcome to the Clouded Activity video series from Centerprise International. In these videos, our experts explore various aspects of cloud adoption in the public sector, including challenges, benefits, and potential drawbacks.
In today’s digital era, cloud adoption has become a paramount consideration for organisations across various sectors. However, the question arises: Is there a one-size-fits-all approach to the cloud, or do organisations need to explore multiple cloud providers to meet their unique requirements?
Where is the compromise?
In this video, Centerprise International CEO Jeremy Nash and Director for Government Jon Elliott discuss whether adopting solutions from different cloud providers without complicating the IT operation is possible. Jon agrees that there can’t be a one-size-fits-all solution but emphasises the importance of understanding the benefits sought before embarking on the cloud journey:
“There may be the perfect retail customer that fits the cloud model a provider is taking to the market. But considering the specific needs of a public sector organisation, the odds of that are quite narrow. So, you’ve got to ask yourself where the compromise is.”
“You can choose a direction of travel and go all in. There are commercial models that will encourage that approach, but it’s taking a leap off a cliff to take an approach through one provider and not keep an element of control.”
Remember, the cloud is a powerful tool that, when leveraged strategically, can revolutionise business operations. Approach the cloud landscape with an open mind, consider multiple options, and embrace the flexibility it offers. Only then can organisations harness the true potential of cloud computing and propel themselves into a brighter and more agile future.
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