Transformation Ticker: Volume 23

06.04.2021

Here is Volume 23 of SkySync’s Transformation Ticker, our monthly roundup of what we found to be the most important content pieces to help you stay on top of the constantly changing world of cloud collaboration and content management.

[Report] 64 Percent Will Be Fully in the Cloud in Five Years – Despite the optimism surrounding cloud adoption, there are still a number of significant hurdles to moving infrastructure into the cloud.

[Article] Don’t migrate your problems to the cloud – Many look to cloud computing as the way to fix issues with data and systems, but migrating an existing problem may not be in your best interest.

[Article] 3 advantages to having cloud tools available for on-prem data centers – The growth of hybrid cloud deployments is driving the need to bring the security and flexibility of cloud tools to data centers.

[Article] Cloud storage is a great tool, but it can spin IT budgets out of control – Organizations need to be mindful of how much space they use in the cloud because an employee could easily run up a bill with just one data-heavy project.

[News] Cloud Compromise Costs Organizations $6.2M Per Year – Organizations reported an average of 19 cloud-based compromises in the past year, but most don’t evaluate the security of SaaS apps before deployment.

[Forecast] Gartner Predicts Public Cloud Services Market Will Reach $397.4B by 2022 – Gartner notes that CIOs face continued pressures to scale infrastructure that supports moving complex workloads to the cloud and the demands of a hybrid workforce.

[Commentary] Let’s Stop Blaming Employees for Our Data Breaches – Assuming employees want to steal trade secrets pits them against your security teams, creates stress, and reduces productivity.

[Article] Making Hybrid Work More Permanent? Set Some Ground Rules – Use these common-sense approaches to combat anxiety and boost unity and efficiency for hybrid and remote teams.

[News] Employees Are Quitting Instead of Giving Up Working From Home – The drive to get people back into offices is clashing with workers who’ve embraced remote work as the new normal.

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Mallorie Brazeau