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The cloud is not just another method of running your organisation’s IT. It’s the technological leap that will move you from the status quo into a future world of business innovation. Deloitte’s industry-leading cloud professionals will enable your end-to-end journey from on-premise legacy systems to the cloud, from design through deployment, and leading to your ultimate destination—a transformed organisation primed for growth. Our offerings cover the entire cloud transformation spectrum, spanning from Advisory and Implementation to Operations services:
Deloitte’s Cloud Strategy & Readiness services are your entry point on the cloud journey, setting the goals, pace, and direction to fit your business objectives. Services include readiness, strategy, business case development, architecture and planning, governance and policy, and operating model transformation.
SaaS & Custom Implementation offerings ensure clients get their cloud transformation right the first time. Our experts help build and connect sustainable cloud-native systems to thrive in the cloud ecosystem. Services include cloud-native software development, client-specific solutions, container deployment, serverless platforms, automation, continuous integration/deployments, custom microservices, and API-based solutions.
When your organisation is thinking of migrating its IT architecture over to the cloud, Deloitte’s Cloud Migration professionals will guide you every step of the way. As they set the strategy and help you navigate through challenges such as re-hosting and re-platforming, they’ll help you keep you eye on the prize: A transformational shift that refuels your business and drives new competitive advantages.
Cloud Enabled Solutions services help clients integrate technology services seamlessly into the fabric of their day-to-day business. Deloitte experts provide infrastructure and networking solutions to connect, optimize, and manage private, public, and hybrid cloud solutions across leading platforms, including AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba, VMware, Cisco, and Arista.
Deloitte’s Cloud Managed Services provide an end-to-end solution for running an organisation’s operations on managed cloud infrastructure across all major providers, optimized for the client’s own application and data portfolios as well as Deloitte managed solutions. Our services include cloud-based infrastructure operations, service management, cybersecurity, optimisation, and compliance support.
Align your cloud decisions to business goals, identify and solve key challenges and never let cloud technology itself obscure your business judgement. We help our clients deliver cloud adoption strategies that consider technical as well as business outcomes, risk, operations and security to deliver against a vision in iterative phases that evolve as your needs develop.
Take advantage of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS services to adopt packaged solutions in the Cloud and augment with AI, ML and other emerging technologies. Working with our alliance partners, we pair SaaS and packaged applications to deliver improved efficiency and a reduction in technical debt.
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How can Swiss organisations protect their data outside their premises?
With data breaches featuring in the news on an almost weekly basis, a challenge for Swiss organisations is to decide how to protect their data in the cloud, by combining organisational, legal and technical measures to holistically mitigate the risks of unlawful and lawful data access. This should include - but is not limited to – defining a data encryption strategy. Overwhelmed by the number of encryption options available in the cloud, IT leaders may wonder what these options entail, what are their tradeoffs and in which situation they should be used. Here we explain what they are and how they differ.
Which technology trends have the most potential to impact your business?
Deloitte’s 12th annual Tech Trends report identifies nine trends that are likely to transform businesses in the next 18 to 24 months, with insights around strategy, risk, and finance implications that can empower technology leaders, business leaders, and board members. Dive into the nine trends and macro forces.
How can banks stay ahead of the curve?
Cloud is not the future or an emerging trend anymore: it is the present and is a critical tool for financial institutions to stay competitive in today’s challenging business environment. Banks’ digitalisation or innovation success using emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence are depending on cloud computing.
Six common paths leading to failure, and how to avoid them – a Swiss perspective
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted the way Swiss organisations are working and collaborating, leading to an increase in adoption of Cloud services. Although Cloud may seem a purely technical endeavour, it isn’t. Failing to consider Cloud with a holistic mindset may result in costly mistakes. Therefore, drawing on clients’ experiences, Deloitte presents six common ways in which Cloud adoption can go wrong and provides recommendations on how to avoid them.
Deloitte named a Leader by Gartner in Public Cloud Infrastructure Professional and Managed Services Worldwide
“Our focus at Deloitte is helping clients reimagine their business and technology future by fully realizing the potential of cloud and disruptive technologies,” says Ranjit Bawa, Deloitte Consulting LLP US Cloud leader. “We’re honored to be recognized as a Leader, which we believe is an acknowledgement of our efforts to support these client transformations. We think cloud remains more important than ever in helping our clients thrive in the evolving environment.”
Critical questions for the Board and the C-Suite
The evolving threat landscape means organisations today must worry about far more than fraud and theft. As attackers become highly organised and also focus their attention on disrupting services, destroying data, and holding systems to ransom, the risk challenges grow more complex—with regulatory fines, legal damages, loss of trust, and reputation damage becoming part of the equation. The piece presents an in-depth look at 10 must-answer questions that can help top leaders better comprehend where they stand when it comes to “secure, vigilant, resilient.”