Supporting digital transformation by controlling complex cloud environments
More and more companies are migrating to the public cloud, which allows them to innovate faster and in a more business-oriented way. This means their IT environments are becoming increasingly connected, which in turn affects the risk profile. After all, such companies are spreading sensitive data across several cloud services, and that impacts their ability to control the process and comply with laws and regulations. This is why Schuberg Philis offers its Digital Trust Framework: a solid foundation for the analysis, setup and management of cloud environments on enterprise scale. The result? No one needs to have sleepless nights about their digital transformation and the risks involved.
CIOs and other managers used to focus primarily on the current performance and uptime of a specific application or IT environment. However, in recent years they have turned their attention to the digital transformation and the related shift towards the public cloud.
And with good reason: the cloud offers considerable benefits for organizations. For example, an organization will have the most up-to-date IT solutions at their fingertips, with advanced security features that are available directly and without major prior investments. In this way, they can transfer many of the IT-related tasks and responsibilities to their cloud suppliers, which lets them free up time and energy to accelerate and develop business-oriented activities.
This is a novel phase of technology adoption, and companies can get entangled in its unfamiliar complexity. It all seems easier at first sight, but gradually companies lose control. As the transformation progresses, organizations lose their grip on costs, security, compliance, robustness, and flexibility. And this can bring their intended acceleration to a grinding halt.
In order to address this challenge, Schuberg Philis is deliberately expanding its service offerings from the technical management of mission-critical applications to include complete control over the primary process for organizations and supply chains. In this shift of focus, the Digital Trust Framework takes center stage.