Demystifying the Cloud with UDT

Our Cloud Readiness Assessment supports you in defining your cloud vision, prioritizing your requirements, and identifying a roadmap and action plan to move forward.
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Moving to the cloud is a priority for most businesses, but it can be complicated. Here are some of the most common questions we’ve received when it comes to the cloud:

  • What is the Cloud?
  • How can UDT make us successful in the cloud?
  • What platform is best?
  • Who owns the data?
  • What is the best starting point?

Sound familiar?

We understand your concerns. UDT is a Certified Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP), and our team has helped many clients with cloud migration, starting by assessing what their primary needs are. Our Cloud Readiness Assessment supports you in defining your cloud vision, prioritizing your requirements, and identifying a roadmap and action plan to move forward.

“We needed cloud experts to layout a roadmap, evaluate and prioritize what workloads were ready to move to the cloud immediately and also to identify which workloads needed reworking or required heavy lifting to get to the cloud. UDT’s cloud specialists really knew what they were doing, far beyond a traditional IT company!”

Jay Taub, CIO, Check Cashing USA

To learn more, download our infographic or call us at (305) 882-0435 today!

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