Cloud Migration enables Digital Transformation
Why is Digital Transformation Important?
It's the path to infinite flexibility.. helping you connect your customers, employees, data and processes in a way never seen before. To stay competitive you need to bring your customers closer than they've ever been. By 2020 over 60% of all large organisations will have made plans to implement a Digital Transformation strategy in some form or another.

Your competitors will be embracing cloud infrastructure, utilising all the benefits that go with it. Right now, your competitors are streamlining and automating processes that will make them more efficient, their employees infinitely more productive and their customers exponentially more satisfied. 

There are many advantages to adopting the cloud. Businesses moving to the cloud do so for a range of motivations, seeking a variety of benefits.

These benefits fall into four categories: cost, agility, service quality, and new scenarios:
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Cost: Cloud computing offers significant potential cost-savings over on-premises infrastructure, especially considering the full cost of the latter. In addition, cloud computing enables organisations to move IT spending from capital expenditure (CapEx) to operational expenditure (OpEx). Since the fixed costs associated with shared infrastructure are avoided, the cloud also provides much greater visibility into the true cost of individual applications.
Service quality: Azure’s infrastructure has been designed to support some of the world’s most demanding workloads. These workloads continuously raise the bar on the quality of service Azure must provide. As a result, migration to Azure often offers significant improvements in performance, reliability, and security over on-premises infrastructure.
Agility: Where traditional on-premises infrastructure can take weeks or even months to deploy, Azure offers near-instant provisioning of resources. This enables Azure projects to move much more quickly, without the need to over-provision resources in advance or spend considerable time on infrastructure planning. To take full advantage of this new flexibility, organisations are accelerating the adoption of new ways of working, such as by using agile software development methodologies, continuous integration
and deployment (CI/CD), and modern PaaS-based application architectures.
New scenarios: Azure enables new application scenarios which are simply not possible, or would be prohibitively expensive to deliver, using on-premises infrastructure, such as big data storage and analytics, machine learning, and compliance with industry certifications such as ISO, PCI, HIPA and GDPR, where customers can leverage the certifications offered by cloud providers. These technologies are enabling new application scenarios, driving innovation and competitive advantages only available in the cloud.

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