Expert Advice for Medium and Midsize Businesses

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    June 14, 2018

Podcast Series: Insights from the Cloud

Kellsey Ruppel
Principal Product Marketing Director

It’s no secret that cloud computing has expanded and evolved into one of the biggest paradigm shifts in the computer age. The journey to the cloud can be fraught with peril and unexpected pitfalls, but many small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) have undertaken to make it anyway due to the promised benefits.

Lessons from the Cloud

Implementing cloud solutions into your portfolio can provide opportunities to increase agility and improve process efficiency by supporting a faster time to deploy applications, reduce development costs, reduce overall IT expenses and increase the utilization of resources to address rising customer expectations. Adopting cloud is often considered as part of a larger business technology transformation initiative which aims to reign in the increasing IT spend, and close the gaps between costs and productivity.

A cloud survey by Longitude Research polled 730 senior execs from 13 countries, across nine industries. This new podcast series, Cloud Research Insights, delves into some of the most insightful and impactful findings from the study in each cloud focus area.

This new research-based podcast series will be rolling out on the Oracle Cloud Café podcast channel, with episodes covering: integration, security, systems management, analytics, workload migration, application development, and data management in the cloud.

There’s no substitute for experience, especially when it comes to cloud computing. As your SMB develops your own unique path to cloud, learn directly from 730 of your peers in these podcasts that details what they're discovering about the cloud as they continue along their own journeys.

Discover key takeaways to guide your journey to the cloud by tuning into this podcast series.

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