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WHY SHOULD YOU MOVE TO THE CLOUD?
Moving a business's digital operations to the cloud has a lot of benefits, and that's why multiple companies are choosing this route every day. This shift is called cloud migration. The process involves moving legacy infrastructure and on-premises data centers to the cloud. Discover below how moving to the cloud benefits you.
Why Cloud Migration Is Vital
Before diving into cloud migration's importance, let's look at the available cloud service models.
•Infrastructure as a service (IaaS): This model offers computing resources that one needs to pay for periodically for continuous usage. Examples include EC2, Google Compute Engine, AWS, Digital Ocean, and Rackspace.
•Software as a service (SaaS): Vendors allow users to use their software online rather than installing it on their computers. Examples of SaaS include MailChimp, Slack, Salesforce, and Dropbox.
•Platform as a service (PaaS): These platforms offer tools that you need to develop applications. They include Heroku, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and Microsoft Azure services.
As mentioned, moving to the cloud has various benefits. Let's explore them.
Cyber attacks can result in the loss of sensitive information. If confidential information held by an institution lands in the wrong hands, hackers may use the information for criminal activities.
Cloud services offered by reputable providers help reduce the risk of information loss. These companies usually upgrade their services to the highest industry standards and engage high-quality professionals to monitor their hardware and software.
Any business's primary objective is to minimize cost. For example, you don't need to buy expensive server equipment when you move your operations to the cloud. You also don't need to pay for the maintenance of this equipment. In addition, you won't require a whole team of IT employees.
With cloud services, you can quickly increase your capacity to handle clients' demands during peak season and reduce it when the peak season ends. On the other hand, you may need to buy and install additional equipment if you are using on-premises data centers.
Cloud computing allows your team to access company resources remotely. As a result, you can consistently distribute tasks to your team without requiring them to come to the office. This feature allows your employees to enjoy flexible schedules and work remotely.
Cloud computing helps a company gain a competitive advantage over its competitors, who use on-site data centers. From accelerated processes to increased data security, there is a lot to achieve from cloud computing.
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