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Cloud computing is the delivery of different services through the Internet. These resources include tools and applications like data storage, servers, databases, networking, and software. As long as an electronic device has access to the web, it has access to the data and the software programs to run it.
Cloud computing is on the rise every year, and it doesn’t take long for a business to see why. Companies identify with the cloud computing benefits and see how they influence their production, collaboration, security and bottom line.
A flexible cost structure with no hardware and maintenance cost, reduces overall costing. The cloud solution grows as your business grows with increased cloud capacity or the need to shrink capacity if necessary. Multiple in-house IT staff is no longer necessary, reducing overhead costs considerably. The risk of downtime is reduced, so money and time spent on fixing issues related to downtime is reduced.
Mobile access to data via smartphones and devices ensures everyone is on the same page. It empowers users by providing 24/7 availability and access to applications as long as there is an internet connection.
Regular automatic updates on software and security, providing the most innovative technology available and saving time and effort in maintaining the systems which reduces workloads.
Security features guarantee secure data and tighten access to sensitive information. Control which teams has access to what data.
Improved Team Work
Teams can meet virtually and share information in real-time, increasing productivity and collaboration.
With more efficient operations, we are jointly having less of an impact on the environment. Companies who use shared resources improve their carbon footprint.
Data loss is always a concern for a business. Data can be accessed even if something happens to your computer.
According to Forbes magazine:
- Over 63% of companies migrating to the cloud are doing this as part of their digital transformation strategy.
- By the end of 2020 more than 80% of companies will have their major workloads on cloud platforms.
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