HomeERP NewsOvercoming control and visibility challenges in the cloud Overcoming control and visibility challenges in the cloud email@example.com July 20, 2020 ERP News No Comments Sending User Review 0 (0 votes) Regaining control and visibility key to successful cloud implementation. Challenges in the cloud Challenges in the cloud- Cloud has boomed in popularity over the past decade and adoption will unquestionably continue to increase during 2020. In fact, according to Gartner, the global public cloud services market is expected to grow 17 per cent in 2020. This will see it reach a value of $266.4 billion, up from $227.8 billion in 2019. Adoption is being driven by businesses and governments alike who are embracing cloud for its low cost, flexibility, ease and speed of deployment, as well as its security. Not to mention its suitability for the remote workforce, which is a critical consideration in the current climate. Cloud implementation, however, is significantly more complex than many businesses may assume. A misconception that must be addressed if cloud is to be used successfully. Organisations need to recognise that when cloud is improperly managed it can cause operations staff to lose control and visibility over their network and application performance. This results in fragmentation, increased complexity, and has a serious impact on employee productivity. Organisations moving to the cloud need to educate themselves on these challenges, bear them in mind during the transition, and think strategically about how they can be overcome. Failure to do so will mean they are not be able to enjoy the full benefits cloud can deliver. Benefits that include improved productivity in the office environment, as well as when working from home, which can open the door to innovation, and, in the long run, growth. Implementation strategies sacrificed to quick deployments Worldwide lockdowns, put in place as a consequence of Covid-19, have pushed businesses to mobilise home working setups at speed. For many organisations, this has meant an increase in cloud adoption as this infrastructure naturally lends itself to remote working. However, the pressure to mobilise quickly, to maintain business operability, has meant many organisations have jumped into solutions without necessarily thinking about their long-term implementation strategies. Including how they will ensure performance. This is causing numerous businesses to lose productivity due to slow running systems and poor infrastructure planning. Read More Here Article Credit: ITProPortal Share this: Tweet Pin It Related Posts SAP: the importance of real-time data Are These Common In-Room Amenities Still Relevant In the COVID Era? How can ERP systems help hospitals manage supply shortages as demand increases? About The Author firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.