Cloud failing to deliver on promises

Itbrief.com | February 03, 2020

Australian businesses are missing the point of cloud migration and, as a result, are losing out on the benefits of its core purpose, says Unisys. The Unisys Cloud Success Barometer reveals that while 99% of Australian businesses have moved to the cloud in some way (7% above the global average), more than one third (36%) say they have failed to realise notable benefits from cloud computing.These perceived benefits include reducing headcount, increasing revenue and being agile to match demand. According to Unisys Asia Pacific regional consulting lead Leon Sayers, businesses who want to get the most out of their cloud strategy in 2020 require a wider business transformation.Often, Australian companies see cloud migration as a technology project, not a whole business project.

Spotlight

In a volatile and hyper-competitive market, delivering exceptional multichannel customer service consistently is essential. But delivering world-class service on tight budgets and to even tighter deadlines is a tough challenge for even the largest organizations. That’s why so many of the world’s most successful organizations choose to deliver customer service in the cloud.

Spotlight

In a volatile and hyper-competitive market, delivering exceptional multichannel customer service consistently is essential. But delivering world-class service on tight budgets and to even tighter deadlines is a tough challenge for even the largest organizations. That’s why so many of the world’s most successful organizations choose to deliver customer service in the cloud.

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