The cloud is considered central to business growth, yet many are struggling to achieve the transformation they hoped for. In this McKinsey report, learn about the trade-offs tech leaders are making to unlock these challenges.
CEOs are depending on CIOs more and more to achieve their top business priorities. Wanting to understand this, McKinsey & Company conducted an independent study with 52 technology leaders (CIOs and CTOs) in large US enterprises with global operations to learn more.
The good news is that cloud services are largely seen as the solution to business demands for speed and agility, but... a simple cloud migration just isn’t cutting it. In fact, 80% of CIOs in the study indicated that they have not attained the level of agility and business benefits that they sought to achieve through cloud modernization.
weighing the pros and cons
Throughout the research you will further learn about the many, often unnecessary, constraints and trade-offs CIOs are facing to deliver the growth and revenue demands of their organisation. These tradeoffs can be costly, either affecting speed, security or choice of uniform tools.
what you’ll discover
The tech leaders also shared insights into how they are making the most of cloud investments and how a mix of people, processes and policies are enabling transformation and overcoming some constraints.
Complete the form below to receive your complimentary copy of the McKinsey “Unlocking business acceleration in a hybrid cloud world” report, where you will discover:
- The top perceived trade-offs and how some tech leaders have avoided them;
- Ways to drive business transformation with agile processes, automation, and upskilling;
- Steps to unlock the next stage of your IT modernization journey.
for your next steps
And when you’re ready to learn more, Dynamo6 can help you define and implement the best modernization strategy for your business to gain more business benefits from your cloud investments.
This McKinsey & Company report is shared with permission. The report is published as independent research and does not endorse any technology vendor, product or service.