Frictionless Transformation Strategy: Simplifying Cloud Migration

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Alex Hilton - CEO, Cloud Industry Forum; Tam Ayers - Field CTO, Digibee; KJ Kusch - Global Field CTO, WalkMe

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The future of business success lies in the cloud. Gartner predicts that by 2025, 95% of new digital initiatives will be built on cloud-native platforms, and with rising development costs and a serious talent shortage, it has never been more critical for decision-makers to understand the pivotal role that cloud migration will play in achieving their long-term business goals. As divisions across organizations continue to digitize their operations, IT teams are becoming increasingly stretched, and without the right strategy in place, decision-makers can overcomplicate transformation, leaving IT teams to manage large amounts of data and optimize legacy systems - all without expertise in these systems and challenges. Join Episode 1 of Digibee’s Original Series, where we will take a deep dive into the challenges businesses face in their cloud migration journeys and explore leadership best practices and strategies to help your organization achieve a frictionless transformation. Topics for discussion include: - How cloud migration became a mainstream business strategy - Common migration challenges and how forward-planning can help solve them - IT leadership best practices: how to remove friction from your team’s cloud migration journey - And more…
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