According to Sales Force, 94% of the businesses experienced a significant improvement in security after being transferred to cloud. Internal Data Group states that 69% of the businesses have already adopted cloud in one capacity or another, while 18% are all set to implement cloud solutions at some future point. Dell also reports that businesses investing in cloud, big data, security and mobility get 53% faster sales growth than others.
Based on all these findings, it can be said that an increasing number of tech-oriented business leaders and enterprises are realizing the benefits and advantages of the cloud. But more than that, they are implementing this technology to run their organizations more efficiently, provide better customer service and radically boost their profit margins.
This article talks about what happens when you transfer to cloud.
If you are planning for the same, you can expect the following great benefits.
1. Your IT Cost is going to be down!
If you are concerned for the cost that comes while shifting to cloud, you are not alone 20% of the businesses that are worried about the starting cost of transferring to a cloud-based server. However, those who are trying to weigh the benefits and cons of using the cloud should focus other factors than just the initial cost.
Once you transfer to cloud, the easy access to the organization’s data and assets save money and time.
Those, who are concerned for paying for the features that they don’t want, most cloud services are based on “pay as you go” model.
It means that if you don’t make the most of the cloud services, then at least you will not have to lose money on it either.
In one of Bit glass survey, more than 50% of the IT leaders and CIOs reported significant cost saving due to cloud-based apps.
2. Your security is going to be high!
A lot of businesses raise concern over the security of the cloud-computing solution, since their files and data are not kept on site.
If they can access their data remotely, what’s stopping the hackers and cyber criminals accessing the same? However, on the contrary, cloud is secure, at least more secure than traditional non-cloud systems. The full-time job for a cloud host is to cautiously track the security, which is radically more efficient than a traditional in-house system, where a business must disperse its efforts between among a range of IT concerns, with security as one of these. And while most of the business don’t tend to openly think about the internal data theft, the reality is that a higher percentage of data breaches happen internally and initiated by employees.
If this is the case, it is much safer to transfer to cloud, keeping all sensitive information offsite.
RapidScale reported that 94%of the businesses witnessed an improvement in security after transferring cloud, and 91% reported that cloud makes it easier for them to meet compliance requirements of the government.
We hope that these benefits would have convinced you to transfer your business to the cloud.
Go for the cloud-based solutions and earn higher ROIs in shorter span of time than expected.