For some enterprises, a digital transformation doesn’t happen all at once. It’s a step-by-step process of modernizing each individual part of an organization.
This is definitely the case with the BMJ, a publication formerly known as the British Medical Journal. In the midst of their digital transformation, they are planning to turbocharge their infrastructure over the duration of 2018, leading off the year by moving 200 on-site servers of data over to Amazon Web Services (AWS) in less than six months. The BMJ has taken a multi-pronged approach to releasing medical content, updating their site daily with original articles, podcasts, videos, and blog posts. With archives that go back all the way to 1840s and include both clinical and non-clinical publications, AWS became the perfect choice to house the vast troves of content that the BMJ publishes (and archives) every day.
Learn about the BMJ’s digital transformation on ComputerWeekly.com.