FLYING TO THE CLOUD!
How much does your company spend on physical hardware?
We have all heard about the cloud, but do we understand the benefits of it, and how it works?
It would be good to start by remembering that we live in the age of knowledge-driven economies. Today information is the greatest asset we have, and how we use it and share it will define the scope of our success. We have come a long way in the way that we store, share and exchange that information. But probably what has really changed the game is the appearance of cloud technology!
The cloud has absolutely redefined the way information is shared and stored, helping us to transcend the limitations of the physical world, and opening and sharing a new world of dimensions on the internet.
“Dell reports show that companies that invest in big data, cloud, mobility, and security enjoy up to 53% faster revenue growth than their competitors.”
Let's get to the point, we want to tell you the benefits of being in the cloud:
Unlike a physical device that limits the amount of storage you can have, the cloud has unlimited storage. This means that to have a better and higher storage capacity we do not need to spend so many economic resources for upgrading the memory of a device.
Unlike a physical device that limits the amount of storage you can have, the cloud has unlimited storage. This means that you can have a better and higher storage capacity. We don’t need to spend so many economic resources for upgrading the memory of a device.
For any company, the purchase of physical hardware implies an expense that is generally not economical and the more the company grows and the more information it needs to save, it generates more expenses.
For a large company, the best thing will always be to have its cloud, which in the medium term will create savings which can then be invested in generating new ideas, innovation and development.
While small and medium-sized businesses can purchase pay-per-use software from the cloud, this is like renting a service.
It is very important that all companies, regardless of their size, invest in a disaster recovery protocol. The cloud offers the ability to implement backup and recovery solutions cost-effectively and seamlessly.
Ease of collaborative work:
Currently it is very common to work with people who are not in the same workplace, many are even in other cities or countries.
Working with the cloud allows you to access and share resources from anywhere in the world.
This leads to better collaborative operation with global teams.
If you have read this far, you probably want to implement the cloud in your business if you have not implemented it yet.
We know that the growth and security of your business are very important, so we want to give you more important data.
According to sales force “94% of businesses claimed saw an improvement in security after switching to the cloud. And 92% said that the cloud makes it easier to meet government compliance requirements.”
To make it much clearer, cloud computing operates in a similar way as web-based email clients, which makes that users can access all the information, functions and files of the system without having to keep most of them on their computer. Most of us as individuals already use a lot of cloud services, even without really realizing it, Gmail, Google Drive, TurboTax and even Facebook and Instagram are cloud-based applications.
If you think that all these possibilities are very useful for personal use, we tell you that they are even more valuable for companies that need to be able to access large amounts of data through a secure online network connection.
We want that all companies grow more and that your information is as secure as possible. We hope this article has helped you better understand the cloud and its benefits.