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With Cloud storage, the files and data you need are placed on highly secure remote systems stored in a provider’s facility rather than on your computer’s hard drive or local server. Internet access allows you to connect your computer or device to the remote cloud solution to retrieve what you need.
All Cloud solutions provide scalable solutions for your business technology needs. Storage is one of the most widely used Cloud services and is commonly used for cost effective long term archiving of data and disaster recovery. Software as a Service (Saas) Cloud solutions, like Microsoft Office 365, provide application licensing, email, hosted communications and cloud storage to collaborate in real time. Platform as a Service (PaaS), such as AWS or Azure, can link you to IBM’s Watson, an application program interface (API), and even offers a complete online programming environment.
Without guidance from an experienced professional, switching to the cloud can be incredibly challenging, time consuming and costly. There will be inevitable customizations that need to be made to the Cloud storage system to fit your business needs, and navigating those tasks on your own can be burdensome. Overall, the greatest challenge is planning out the right balance of Cloud services vs. on-premise technology to meet your business needs. Another migration challenge is teaching employees how to use the new technology. Enlisting expert consultants to assess your needs, develop a migration plan and train employees helps the transition go more smoothly.
That’s hard to say. If you’ll be storing a lot of data, or large data files (e.g., videos, audio files, etc.), you’ll want to consider focusing on a Cloud storage solution that has cost effective options for large amounts of data storage. This way, you’re never worried about how many terabytes you’ve used or how many gigabytes you have left. If the business need is focused on mobility, then you’ll want to consider the options that support BYOD. If high availability is the primary focus, you’ll want to consider the Cloud provider’s ability to utilize data center redundancy.
That depends on the Cloud system you have in place and your provider’s capabilities. Different providers offer different strategies to protect their systems. It’s important that you consider the risks associated with the potential loss of those Cloud services and make sure the provider you choose has the right components in place to meet your unique risk mitigation needs.