5 Objectives for Cloud in 2014

5 Objectives for Cloud in 2014

Yet all our wishes for the new year 2014! More than ever, 2014 will draw new roads and choose from Cloud solutions available to all for agility while reducing costs. Ready for the trip? Objective Cloud … Go! January is the peak month for new resolutions. To make the transition to cloud computing in 2014, I offer up to 5 to your logbook: 1 – Specify the Service Expected Cloud IaaS … between (a virtual machine, vm) and Cloud (SaaS software for use): 2  are Clouds of course, yet they involve different uses (such as providing power, or vm another CRM software or HR) but also for different users. Whereas specifying the Service, you lift the ambiguity of everything is Cloud. 2 – Living The Cloud The Cloud is a snap as the Internet yesterday. Like any breakup, a practical means to adopt is to live it. Experiencing the Cloud is to dare to use it, some implementations for daring to finger its impact, its potential in our daily lives. 3 – Focus on Usages rather than Technology The value in use is higher for Enterprise than technology itself. Certainly, technology makes possible uses from Cloud but some small implementation is a guarantee of success for your cloud project. 4 – Experiment Small Group and set short-term goals To live the cloud, nothing better than an experiment. Constitute a small cloud team to provide a first topic, a first draft. Experimentation must afford to live in the real Cloud Enterprise: Better than POC, a Pilote, all in a “time-box” approach to strengthen the focus of the team. 5 – Use...