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FHNW maturity models for cloud and enterprise IT

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Existing cloud maturity models define the level of maturity according to the number of cloud solutions implemented or the duration of deployment. However, this does not include the motivation regarding why cloud solutions are used in an enterprise. Likewise, there has been no investigated into what changes the deployment of cloud services entails, how enterprise IT positions itself and whether the enterprise is able to bring about the necessary changes to support them. The combination of the FHNW Cloud and Enterprise IT Maturity Models provides information regarding why and how the cloud is used and how the enterprise IT is set up. As a result, the two maturity models support enterprises that already use the cloud on the way to making them even more efficient, to having their business IT aligned, and to contributing significantly to the successful digital transformation.




Gatziu Grivas, S., Peter, M., Giovanoli, C., & Hubli, K. (2018). FHNW maturity models for cloud and enterprise IT. In Studies in Systems, Decision and Control (Vol. 141, pp. 133–146). Springer International Publishing.

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