Cloud Economics

“I thought the cloud was supposed to save me money?”


There are many reasons why companies look to move to the public cloud. Whether your company’s primary driver is an improved security posture, increased agility or cost savings, you will want to think carefully about the reasons behind your desire to move to the cloud. Unfortunately, there are still some misconceptions, particularly around costs, related […]

Should Your Organization Leverage AWS Spot Instances?


We all know that the adoption of public cloud by enterprises has been rising now for a number of years, and for many organizations it has become a significant element of their IT spend. There have, however, been cases of enterprises moving away from the public cloud back to on-premises, in some cases citing unexpectedly […]

The Agility Bubble


Mainstream IT is under a great burden – to lower operational costs and unleash agility. These oil-and-water, conflicting objectives are at the core of the lead­ership churn occurring behind the walls of today’s most trusted institutions. CXOs are freaking out. The heavy weight of technical debt and fast-moving competitive waters leave little room for classic […]

Why You Need an Enterprise Cloud Managed Service Provider


As enterprises formulate plans for their future IT needs, one trend is clear: cloud will be front and center. According to Gartner, the worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 21% in 2018 to total $186.4 billion, up from $153.5 billion in 2017, with the largest chunk of the revenue making its way […]

Cloud-Based QoS – Committing to “Cloud Quality”


How is your cloud doing? Is it delivering performance according to plan? Is it generating value for the organization as quickly as you projected? If you are relatively new to the cloud, you are probably asking yourself these exact questions – and coming up empty for answers. The problem cloud users run up against is […]

True Cloud Justification: Moving Beyond TCO Savings


Who is disrupting your market…your competitors or you? When small teams of aggressive entrepreneurs can compete with legacy, industry dominating companies, the whole paradigm of stability is turned upside down. When well established companies lose market share to new startups, gone are the classic metrics for technology success. Counterintuitively, when these companies find themselves in […]