Every company is defining or updating its own cloud strategy, but most have only a partial view that is often focused solely on infrastructure. Cloud strategy should be based on business value in the short and medium term and on the strategic bets that can guarantee a longer-term viability of the investments. Providing the right mix requires adding customer approaches, data usage, business models evolution, talent retention and generation, ability to scale despite fast evolution of laws and regulations, and partnerships choices to the mix. Manuel Sevilla shares real-world examples to illustrate the rules you need to keep in mind when designing your own cloud strategy.
Manuel Sevilla is a vice president and enterprise architect for Capgemini, where he leads the cloud market for financial services in Europe. Manuel monitors the cloud, big data, and analytics market and works closely with vendors, open source actors, and startups to understand the trends, the level of reliability and maturity, and the reality of the market and advise Capgemini customers on their strategic investments in this area.
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