Digital transformation has become one of those buzzwords, but what does it actually mean? Generally speaking, it refers to digitizing business processes to more efficiently solve business problems and more effectively serve customers through online channels. Moving to the cloud is typically a key component of this transformation.
One of the major concerns of Ping customers who are not yet in the cloud, is how daunting the migration process seems to be. But in reality, moving to Ping’s cloud will allow you to consume the same Ping services you’ve been using while improving total cost of ownership (TCO), scaling your identity practice and automating much of the IAM infrastructure operations. Better yet, having supported many complex migrations over the years, we’ve created a repeatable process you can follow to facilitate and simplify what might otherwise feel like an overwhelming cloud migration roadmap.
Not just that, but having an expert help with your cloud migration can also help mitigate any security concerns that many enterprises associate with this process.
According to the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Incident Report, misconfiguration of cloud infrastructure and services is the second largest cause of breaches, eclipsed only by hacking. This is where Ping’s cloud migration expertise and guidance will come in handy.