This article is condensed and originally appeared in Telecom Reseller.
Every year, the percentage of IT infrastructure and apps in the public cloud grows. It seems like only a matter of time before cloud-based infrastructure will surpass on-premises infrastructure in terms of both spending and footprint.
This year, we’ve seen cloud adoption accelerate as much of the workforce shifted to remote work during the global pandemic. During this time, businesses have relied on cloud-based digital technologies to support their remote operations. While many companies are continuing to grapple with the decision around whether to continue with in-office operations or adopt a more distributed workforce model, business leaders are now evaluating how to maximize the cloud-based services they’ve adopted. Organizations that have recently migrated to the cloud are in a unique position where they can leverage cloud-based tools for everyday use and plot a roadmap for how they anticipate scaling their cloud investments as they grow down the road.
Below are a few best practices to guide IT teams through the process as a new cloud adopter. These tips will help teams mitigate potential pain points and take advantage of opportunities to scale their cloud-based solutions across other aspects of the company.
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