One can’t help but think if all this transition was happening a decade ago the technical infrastructure just wouldn’t have met the challenge. Today it’s meeting it and then some. Cloud infrastructure jumped 3.5 billion in spending from Q2 to Q3 this year. You could say it’s the new home office basic (second only to sweatpants). Without the ability to streamline document storage, sharing, and management there is no easy “Business Continuity.” Information Week breaks this down further outlining how businesses need to integrate with critical technology components to manage successfully. The first step is to have a firm grip on your business goals to structure a cloud infrastructure that aligns with you. Beyond that, you can begin the “DevSecOps Journey” which, “brings together development, infrastructure operations and security groups where all individuals can understand their cloud security responsibilities…”.