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Why Should One Consider Moving to The Cloud?

By Himanshu on 9/12/2017

These days we hear so much about cloud computing as it’s been one of the major IT buzz for the past few years, ‘Cloud Computing’ has brought a new era with an incredible promise to the world of information technology. Cloud computing interest among the people has grown rapidly and has led to widespread curiosity and awareness of cloud services amongst the public.

Cloud computing is a fast growing option for many big and small businesses types. The affordability, reliability, and flexibility of this virtualized environment service has motivated all sizes of organizations and industries to move from On-Premises to Cloud Computing.

But is it really worth, does it increase efficiency, improves cash flow?

That’s what we are going to discuss in this blog, here are a few great reasons why many organizations are making the switch.  

1. Save money

First thought that comes in mind before moving the existing system to new platform is whether this move will save money or not? Conventionally, as small size businesses spends money on purchasing license for the software/buying packages to install/download on individual computers.

On the other hand, Cloud computing, can provide ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) – including many programs that are available individually.

These are stored on a service provider’s remote servers instead of your system hard drive so you don’t need a high-end computer to use them.

The automation feature provided by cloud computing also saves costs. Many companies have reduced their IT costs because their service providers are directly taking care of updates and program maintenance for them.

2. Improve security

While moving to the cloud security, the biggest issue people have in their mind that users have to hand over responsibility for data security to their service providers. Data privacy issues such as isolation, privileged access control, and data location, become greater in the cloud.

You can think of it as Security-as-a-Service. Cloud providers are now specialized in IT security, ensuring that data breaches are prohibited and damage is minimized in the rare cases when the worst happens.

In selecting a cloud services provider, organizations should look at reputation of the service provider, openness and its certification.

Cloud computing also gives you greater security with the loss of the sensitive data.  If the data is stored in the cloud, you can access it no matter what happens to your machine whether it is stole or damage. And you can even remotely erase the data from lost laptops so it doesn’t get into the wrong hands.

3. Moving from physical to virtual servers leads to improved flexibility.

This is one of the most interesting benefits of cloud computing that its ability to spin up or tear down a server configuration in a matter of minutes as per your organization needs and still incredibly powerful and useful.

No longer worries exist like Need More CPU? More RAM? More disk space? No problem.

Cloud-based services are ideal for small or big businesses with growing or fluctuating requirement as per their demands as their business grow or shrink.

4. Disaster recovery

It has been mostly seen that smaller business due to lack of the cash flow and expertise do not go for disaster recovery back up plan like big business go for.

With cloud computing its possible because the service provider takes care of it. As per a recent survey small companies are twice to implement cloud-based backup and recovery solutions as compared to larger companies. Because on cloud it’s much easier to manage it and lower in cost too.

5. Capital-cost Free

It’s never been easier to take the first step to cloud adoption. Major benefit of Cloud computing that its cuts out the high cost of hardware. You simply pay as you go and enjoy a subscription-based software model that’s nice to your cash flow. As you go for it suddenly your scary IT projects start to look a lot friendlier.

6. Increased collaboration

With cloud computing another great benefit comes by which we get access of the document from anywhere. We can share, edit and can able to do more together, and do it in better way.

Teams in organization access these records and update them in real time and system provides them full visibility of their associations. A cloud based workflow and file sharing app help to achieve this functionality.

7. Competitiveness

If you wished if there was a simple step that you could take to become more competitive in your business? Yes, moving to the cloud computing gives access to enterprise-class technology, for everyone. It also allows all businesses to act faster than established competitors. With costing feature Pay-as-you-go with the service.

Not moved to cloud computing yet?

Even if you see three of the above as benefits to your business, that would be good enough to move your business into the cloud. So, what are you waiting for, go for it, fully experience all of the great benefits of the public & the private cloud.

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