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MOVING ERP TO THE CLOUD? EXPECT DELAYS
Almost two-thirds of businesses are planning to migrate an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to the cloud or are already doing so, despite many of them having concerns about moving sensitive data, security and regulatory compliance.That’s according to the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), which asked 200 businesses about their ERP migration plans. They represent a small slice of a big market: Businesses will spend $30 billion on cloud ERP systems in 2021, and a total of $266 billion on all public cloud services, according to CSA's Impact of Cloud on ERP report. Scalability was the most common reason for ERP moving to the cloud, cited by 65 percent of respondents, followed by lower cost of ownership (61 percent) and security patching and updating by the provider (49 percent). oving sensitive data gave businesses the biggest pause for thought: 65 percent cited it among their top concerns about moving ERP to the cloud. To make use of the cloud native migration tools providing access control and encryption of data at rest and in transit, though, businesses will need to re-architect their systems for the cloud environment, CSA warned. PETER SAYER READ MORE