Increased demand for cloud transformation services coupled with data analytics, innovation, customer experience and applied intelligence, puts massive pressure on CIOs. A necessity to come up with solutions that not only make the digital dream a reality but attract a new generation of customers and increase competitive edge.



These digital challenges also provide significant opportunities for CIOs to make their mark in the transformation of the enterprise – better aligning IT with the business. Cloud is a key enabler here, providing building blocks, agility, resilience and a foundation for new business models, pushing products to market faster with new delivery models. In these unpredictable times, it can also make current IT investments last longer. Re-investing in your application portfolio by enhancing it with cloud-native features, for example, can give longevity to existing services.

However, there is no one-size-fits-all pattern for digital transformation, and the same can be said of the cloud. While lifting and shifting workloads may work for one enterprise, another may require some or all of its applications to be refactored for the cloud.

To develop a successful transformation strategy for the cloud, the CIO must work with other stakeholders to understand new opportunities and business objectives and link the dots to provide the right cloud applications, data and operational capabilities to support existing, new and emerging business models.

At the end of the day, cloud is a business enabler. Operating and managing an environment with reinvented and accelerated value creation using multiple cloud technologies, services, integrations and new data is not easy. CIOs must address these issues if their organizations are to flourish and grow in the digital economy.

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Cloud can help relieve the digital pressure on CIOs

Today, CIOs have three key topics at the head of their agenda; innovation, resilience in dealing with disruption, and digital transformation. All come with their own unique set of challenges. One focus of the CIO across all these is linking business agility and business outcomes.

The next generation of cloud is not just about people, processes, and technology. In this guide we look in detail about how cloud can deliver business outcomes in three key areas: business resilience, digital transformation, and advancing innovation.

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