Despite the widespread and accelerating adoption of cloud computing, in all its variations, there are still certain workloads and functions that stubbornly resist the move.
Back office functions such as finance/payroll, ERP and other core business applications are, according to research, the least likely to be moved to a cloud deployment. Fears over cost, complexity and control are common, but are such fears justified?
Has your experience of public/hybrid cloud to date given you the confidence to finally migrate back office functions to the cloud?
If not, why?
The recent TechBeat Survey of IT professionals, as to their experience and attitudes around cloud computing, with a view to ascertaining whether Irish organisations are confident to move back office functions to the cloud. Addressing fears, inhibitors and pitfalls, as well as outlining best practice for moving back office applications to the cloud.
TechFire, in association with Oracle Ireland, will address the issues, with first run research from Irish IT professionals, technical insights from expert speakers and the direct experience of Vidatum. With a discussion panel to answer questions and share insights, attendees will learn why the time is right to reconsider those lingering applications that are now ready for the cloud.