The Balance of Hybrid
Aptum's Cloud Impact Study
New for 2022: HYBRID: WHY AND HOW

“When the pandemic hit, many organizations reacted hastily to move applications to the cloud and neglected some workload considerations that have since become apparent."

The first part of the annual Cloud Impact Study 2022 from Aptum calls for organizations to look at ecosystems, with business objectives and optimization in mind, to avoid placing workloads in inappropriate locations.

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Aptum's Annual Cloud Impact Study

Aptum's Annual Cloud Impact Study surveys and reports on the experiences and opinions of 400 senior IT professionals in the US, UK and Canada. It crosses the financial services, IT, technology, telecommunications, retail, manufacturing, public and commercial sectors. The Study provides valuable insights for organizations in the planning stages, or those well down the road on a cloud transformation.

2022

Part 1: HYBRID: WHY AND HOW

The first part of the annual Cloud Impact Study 2022 from Aptum calls for organizations to look at ecosystems, with business objectives and optimization in mind, to avoid placing workloads in inappropriate locations.

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2021

Part 1: BRIDGING THE CLOUD TRANSFORMATION GAP

Aptum’s inaugural Cloud Impact Study, created from the opinions of 400 senior IT professionals in the US, UK and Canada, reveals that businesses clearly understand the benefits of the cloud.... so why are only 39% of companies satisfied with their current rate of cloud transformation?

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Part 2: THE SECURITY AND COMPLIANCE BARRICADE

Is security a barrier to cloud transformation? 400 senior IT professionals in the US, UK and Canada certainly think so. Part 2 of the Study - The Security and Compliance Barricade - reveals this apparent contradiction, and outlines strategic approaches to the challenges of security and data protection as you undergo your transformation journey.

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Part 3: A BRIGHT FORECAST ON CLOUD

More than half (57%) of IT professionals polled ran into unanticipated costs. The reason? Often, it’s the lack of a robust planning process, or the expertise needed to unlock important new performance capabilities. Part 3 of the Cloud Impact Study - A Bright Forecast on Cloud - shines a light on cost implications if cloud is not planned or implemented correctly.

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Part 4: THE MODERNIZATION MINEFIELD

An aggressive top-down approach to cloud adoption may side-line original recovery objectives and cause leaders to overlook critical strategies and technologies that are integral to modernization. Part 4 of the Study - The Modernization Minefield - highlights these tools and techniques while evaluating organizations’ decisions to host certain workloads in different environments. Finally, the report reveals how CIOs and IT teams can optimize their workloads in alignment with their business objectives.

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