Companies are increasingly adopting multiple and hybrid clouds to improve IT performance and deliver value to the business. However, this approach can also escalate complexity, raising challenges around connectivity, storage, integration, and infrastructure resource needs.
That’s why having a multi-cloud strategy is important.
“It’s not just about de-risking issues, cost avoidance, or avoiding vendor lock-in,” says Sean Charnock, CEO of Faction, an international managed services provider, with headquarters in Denver. “A well-thought-out multi-cloud strategy helps companies succeed because it simultaneously unlocks innovation across every cloud.”