IDC MaturityScape: Hybrid Cloud Management

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Overview

It was once “good enough” for IT teams to keep servers up and running, and patch software as needed. Now your staff must monitor a range of services, platforms, and workflows to ensure that business users are getting what they need, while corporate compliance, security, and data protection standards are strictly adhered to. As an IT manager, you have to keep a finger on the ...

It was once “good enough” for IT teams to keep servers up and running, and patch software as needed. Now your staff must monitor a range of services, platforms, and workflows to ensure that business users are getting what they need, while corporate compliance, security, and data protection standards are strictly adhered to. As an IT manager, you have to keep a finger on the pulse of the whole complex operation. It’s your responsibility to routinely audit the state of the environment in order to identify gaps and create a dynamic plan to better align – and consistently map to – present needs and future goals of your business. That’s why it may be time for you to investigate hybrid cloud.

This new white paper will help you identify five maturity stages for hybrid cloud management principles that are measured by a set of people, process, and technology outcomes. The document also defines areas of collaboration for senior IT decision makers and line-of-business stakeholders who are tasked with ensuring that their organization is effectively leveraging cloud-based innovation to achieve business goals.

It was once “good enough” for IT teams to keep servers up and running, and patch software as needed. Now your staff must monitor a range of services, platforms, and workflows to ensure that business users are getting what they need, while corporate compliance, security, and data protection standards are strictly adhered to. As an IT manager, you have to keep a finger on the pulse of the whole complex operation. It’s your responsibility to routinely audit the state of the environment in order to identify gaps and create a dynamic plan to better align – and consistently map to – present needs and future goals of your business. That’s why it may be time for you to investigate hybrid cloud. This new white paper will help you identify five maturity stages for hybrid cloud management principles that are measured by a set of people, process, and technology outcomes. The document also defines areas of collaboration for senior IT decision makers and line-of-business stakeholders who are tasked with ensuring that their organization is effectively leveraging cloud-based innovation to achieve business goals.
It was once “good enough” for IT teams to keep servers up and running, and patch software as needed. Now your staff must monitor a range of services, platforms, and workflows to ensure that business users are getting what they need, while corporate compliance, security, and data protection standards are strictly adhered to. As an IT manager, you have to keep a finger on the pulse of the whole complex operation. It’s your responsibility to routinely audit the state of the environment in order to identify gaps and create a dynamic plan to better align – and consistently map to – present needs and future goals of your business. That’s why it may be time for you to investigate hybrid cloud. This new white paper will help you identify five maturity stages for hybrid cloud management principles that are measured by a set of people, process, and technology outcomes. The document also defines areas of collaboration for senior IT decision makers and line-of-business stakeholders who are tasked with ensuring that their organization is effectively leveraging cloud-based innovation to achieve business goals.

It was once “good enough” for IT teams to keep servers up and running, and patch software as needed. Now your staff must monitor a range of services, platforms, and workflows to ensure that business users are getting what they need, while corporate compliance, security, and data protection standards are strictly adhered to. As an IT manager, you have to keep a finger on the pulse of the whole complex operation. It’s your responsibility to routinely audit the state of the environment in order to identify gaps and create a dynamic plan to better align – and consistently map to – present needs and future goals of your business. That’s why it may be time for you to investigate hybrid cloud. This new white paper will help you identify five maturity stages for hybrid cloud management principles that are measured by a set of people, process, and technology outcomes. The document also defines areas of collaboration for senior IT decision makers and line-of-business stakeholders who are tasked with ensuring that their organization is effectively leveraging cloud-based innovation to achieve business goals.

Report: Phases of Hybrid Cloud Management
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