Cloud computing has quickly transitioned from a possibility to a core part of how CIOs operate their IT environments today. According to this year’s State of the CIO survey, 41 per cent of all organisations have completed major cloud projects in the past year, while 41 per cent will do so in the next 12 months.
But like most disruptive trends, there is plenty of hype around cloud adoption, as well as a raft of myths, operational barriers and strategic challenges still being understood and addressed.
This special report seeks to address current thinking around cloud computing in Australia, delve into the misconceptions that still exist, as well as present a range of key considerations and questions CIOs should be factoring into their cloud strategy.
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