Cloud Migrations Inconsistent Across Application Silos, Based on “Gut Instinct”


Over 70 percent of cloud migrations are driven inconsistently across application silos, warns New York-based software firm CAST in a new report today, with decisions to move a given application to the cloud often made “on gut instinct and ad hoc surveys with application owners” rather than a joined-up strategy.

The findings, based on a recent survey of IT team leaders across the banking, fintech, insurance and telecoms sectors, reinforce a key emphasis of the company’s report: that without a central cloud migration core, opportunities to synchronise a firm’s modernisation efforts, investment priorities and benefits (target and captured) are lost.


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