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If your organization is ready migrate to a new cloud platform, you must be prepared with a strategy to minimize the risk and protect your data. Whether it's due to a breakdown in the relationship with your vendor, or the complete failure of your cloud provider, you should be asking these three key questions:
Your current cloud platform collects all your employees' onboarding documents as well as scanned copies of employment information, and the current provider stores all of them in a PDF or JSON format.
Challenge: The new platform offers a schema to store all your past data as attachments, but you were given a file format that you don't know how to extract and attach to the new platform.
You’re not just taking the road less traveled; you’re creating all new ones, whether you’re launching a new line of business in your current location or expanding globally. Will the migration cause delays, or take you to new places?
Challenge: You're under stress in this environment, as your organization's ability to collaborate, perform succession planning and develop processes is compromised.
There may be differences in the implementation approaches, but with the right data strategy we can make sure the old data aligns with the schema of your new cloud platform by: