And that means cracking open an ice-cold can of cloud cleverness, with a refreshing summer twist.
Let’s talk about governance. Specifically CCoEs.
How do you ensure your CCoE is riding the waves of success?
Cloud Centers of Excellence (CCoEs) should help to make cloud adoption feel like a warm summer breeze across your business.
But, many are built like sandcastles on traditional governance structures. When the tides change and waves roll in, these structures sometimes crumble, struggling to keep up with an evolving cloud journey.
Sands shift, technologies advance, and the original CCoE design becomes as outdated as last season's swimsuit.
It’s why our CCoE expert, Christian, has taken a deep dive into the evolution of CCoEs and how businesses should ride the waves of change in 2023 - in this blog.
He shares the valuable lessons learned from CCoEs that failed to make a splash, and how these learnings can help you cruise to success.
It’s that time of year where everyone is out of office. Apart from you. So here’s a little treat. A summer vacation story, courtesy of a sprinkling of Nordcloud customers.
✈️ It’s holiday time. There’s no feeling quite like it. You arrive at the airport, enjoy a smooth check-in and an even smoother flight with Finnair.
🚗 You arrive at your destination feeling smug, as you’ve booked your Volkswagen hire car months in advance.
🐚 You cruise down the coast to arrive at your hotel on a beach, restored by Van Oord.
☀️ You fancy a quick sunbathe that afternoon but forgot your sun cream - best head to Carrefour.
🤳 And a holiday isn’t a holiday without making all your friends jealous of your trip. Thankfully, there’s a good 5G network courtesy of Ericsson. Instagram spam away.
Some dates for your diary:
20-21 September - Copenhagen: Cloud FestivalInfra, compliance, AI, sustainability, security and other key cloud trends for both private and public organisations. And probably Danish pastries at some point. Join us.
26-28 September - Lisbon: World Aviation Festival Fly high with us at the World Aviation Festival, where the sky's the limit for innovation and industry excellence.
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