Post-pandemic cloud management
Embrace the future, because it’s already here
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The role of IT has been evolving from control to advisory role, and that’s accelerating now more of us are working flexibly, working at home, and collaborating online. IT’s never going to be the same again, and so we need to modernize those outdated IT practices like IT portals and traditional tooling and focus instead on how to make the best of SaaS and the cloud.
But bad cloud management strategy means lack of controls, sprawl and waste, over-provisioned resources, and so how can the decision-makers in IT improve their strategies so that IT is secure and cost effective now, but also flexible enough for an uncertain future?
Jesse Stockall of Snow Software explains to the Reg’s Tim Phillips how IT organisations must adapt so they can support the business needs for flexibility and access to innovative services while still protecting the enterprise and keeping costs in check.
The move to cloud and SaaS services has highlighted many rigid and outdated IT policies that hamper innovation and are unsuited to the dynamic and fast paced world we’re now in. We’ll cover some of the hurdles faced by IT organizations and explore solutions that have enabled Snow customers to embrace cloud and succeed in this new reality.
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