Migration stories - Page 2
You’re invited: Learn from the best at Sailpoint Navigate in Sydney
August is upon us already and so too is the free SailPoint Navigate 2018 conference with a heavyweight lineup of keynote speakers.
Exclusive: Is cloud migration at the centre of digital transformation?
"By migrating to the cloud, businesses can put off menial and repetitive tasks and focus on innovation."
The four pitfalls of cloud migration
"Migrating to the cloud is easy, right? What could possibly go wrong? There are at least four things I can think of."
Key considerations for effective cloud migration
If migration is not managed correctly, organisations can experience a major disruption resulting in lost revenue.
Rackspace takes next step in AWS migration certification
As an AWS Migrations Acceleration Program Partner, it can help customers reduce the risk of migrating to AWS cloud.
The business case for SaaS migration
"As Gartner has stated, SaaS is the inevitable future of business software."
Three things to consider before moving to the cloud – Xero
Making the most of cloud solutions is about more than a lift-and-shift of your processes.
Commvault extends data management capabilities for Office 365
Service provider and systems integrator (SI) partners are now able to expand their service portfolio to cover Office 365 migrations and protection.
Using bare metal infrastructure to simplify app-migration out of the data center
“Our customers now have the best of both worlds as they seek to modernize their IT.”
Achieving agility: data portability in the digital economy
Why Data portability is important for the enterprise space, and how you can go about achieving it.
Unitec migrates to the cloud with IBM
The institute previously used a mix of on-premises and cloud services but elected in late 2017 to consolidate its workloads onto IBM Cloud.
Digital transformation culture shock: Why a hybrid approach keeps your employees happy
The culture shock that ensues from this transformation can be difficult on people in any organisation.
How to get more value from legacy IT in a digitally driven world
To derive maximum value from legacy IT, organisations can take a number of steps to harden legacy systems.
Why the cloud migration journey can be turbulent
A common challenge is having the wrong competencies in IT teams, compounded by inadequate budget to hire the specialists required to make the shift.
Canberra-based MSP OPC scores government website migration contract
The websites will be migrated to the govCMS Drupal 7 platform.
Research report: What cloud migration means for modern businesses
Businesses of all shapes and sizes have different rationale for having moved or considering to move workloads into the cloud.
Fujitsu launches SAP S/4HANA ERP conversion and migration service
Fujitsu can support migration to SAP S/4HANA, regardless of customer's operating system, database management system, or SAP ERP system.
AWS and SUSE expand collab to boost SAP migration to cloud
SUSE has expanded their collaboration with Amazon Web Services to further accelerate SAP migrations to Linux on AWS.
Don’t get left behind - cloud and the dangers of feet-dragging
New Relic’s Jill Macmurchy explains exactly how putting off the move to the cloud could negatively impact an organisation’s bottom-line.
Why system migration doesn’t have be a strain on resources
System migration can often be a costly, time-consuming experience, but does it have to be?
How SD-WAN is accelerating the multi-cloud migration
Silver Peak's Nav Chander discusses how SD-WAN can be the key to an easier and more efficient multi-cloud solution.
How to plan effectively for your transition to the cloud
Making the move without a clear and concise plan for your business’ application load could lead to serious complication.
Look - and plan - before you leap into the cloud
Hyland’s Bob Dunn outlines some considerations to ensure a move to the cloud is successful – including selecting the right provider.
Alarming majority of businesses have misconceptions about cloud
"Our research backed up our assumptions that the primary responsibility for data management lies with the customer."