Michelle Chubrika talks about the experiences/perils of enterprise cloud migration based on her experiences:
One of the main obstacles to migration is emotional and can derail a cloud strategy faster than any technical roadblock. This is because our organizations are still filled with carbon units that have messy emotions who can quietly sabotage the initiative.
The emotional trajectory of an organization attempting to move to the public cloud can be illustrated through the Five Stages of Cloud Grief, which I’ve based on the Kubler-Ross Grief Cycle.
Agree here. Companies don’t really care how much they spend on IT, just that it works and stops giving them pain. Right now, cloud is less painful than solving the current problems given to us by existing vendors.