Realistic recommendations on cloud solutions using a multi-cloud approach

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Softcat announces its multi-cloud campaign offering insight and mind sets grounded in a strategy integrating more than one public cloud vendor.

Technology provider Softcat delves into the idea of multi-cloud in their new campaign. It dissects the ways in which multi-cloud is primarily about how applications are served; how one captures, processes, stores and secures data; and how to make the most of a business’ current cloud solutions.

Senior Softcat team members share their points of view in a series of insightful articles in which they offer practical advice on what multi-cloud means to organisations. They also explore the possible positive outcomes of multiple cloud solutions.

To begin, Dean Gardner, Chief Technologist at Softcat, goes into how “The future is cloudy but bright.” He asks businesses to consider their current position, where they want it to go, and how technology can deliver the outcomes they need to drive their businesses toward that goal.

Furthermore, Dean talks about the idea of “Hidden clouds.” Dean explains how even if organisations don’t know they’ve got a hybrid infrastructure if they are consuming SaaS applications they are already using cloud. He goes on to talk about how to make SaaS work harder for organisations.

Carrying on with the theme, Andrew Cochrane, Datacentre Chief Technologist at Softcat, offers his perspective on “Multi-cloud operational excellence.” He also outlines the challenges that are common in regard to multi-cloud adoption and ways to address them.

The campaign also focuses on ways to create simplicity from complexity by way of these key themes:

Technical considerations of multi-cloud – how a multi-cloud perspective helps in navigating some of the largest technical considerations.

Why multi-cloud is important – how the correct mix of cloud technology can help to overcome some of the biggest customer challenges today.

How multi-cloud impacts organisations – why it affects the broader business and how the right partner can help in overcoming the pain points.

About Softcat
Softcat is one of the UK’s leading providers of technology solutions and services and an FTSE 250 listed company. They are passionate about outstanding employee satisfaction and world-class customer service – both of which inspire their flexible, friendly approach to business.

Softcat provides organisations with workplace, datacentre, networking and security solutions combined with all the services required to design, deliver and support these on premise or in the cloud.

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