Posted by aionol | 30 NOV 2017

It Is Crucial To Admit Mistakes To Make The Best of The Cloud

It is hard to admit mistakes, no matter what. It is even harder when the mistake costs your business valuable and substantial time and money. But if you don’t the time and money wasted will keep increasing. For most enterprises, the cloud is a completely new space. And when it comes to trying out new […]

It is hard to admit mistakes, no matter what. It is even harder when the mistake costs your business valuable and substantial time and money. But if you don’t the time and money wasted will keep increasing.

For most enterprises, the cloud is a completely new space. And when it comes to trying out new things, we are bound to make mistakes. How can you make sound decisions if you’ve never experienced anything similar before?

It Is Crucial To Admit Mistakes To Make The Best of The Cloud

It Is Crucial To Admit Mistakes To Make The Best of The Cloud

Lift Limitations off Your Business

That’s how you might end up with a physical separation of a database and application by a few thousand miles databases because one is left in-house so that workloads are experiencing hiccups.

Or you realise in retrospective that you should have modified your data on the move to lift limitations off your business rather than just ‘shifting and lifting’.

But rather than sticking your head in the sand and ignoring these problems, it is crucial to admit your mistakes and start rectifying them.

Of course that will cost you more time and money in the short term. But the costs of mistakes in the long term, including costs of possible data breaches, are bound to be exponentially higher.

It Is Crucial To Admit Mistakes To Make The Best of The Cloud

Make The Best of The Cloud

Avoid Costly Mistakes

See it as a learning experience. It is natural to make mistakes. Rather than following the traditional corporate culture and punishing failure with budget cuts and layoffs, make sure your IT is in the position to admit and rectify mistakes quickly, rather than waiting until it is coming to haunt the business.

A good way to avoid major mistakes is listening to your cloud provider. They are experts in their field, and have your best interest at heart. At least if you find the right one.

Find out what works and what doesn’t by contacting us today.

We will give you our expert advice for your cloud solution so that you can avoid mistakes in the future.

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