It’s no secret that from the beginning of the pandemic to the present day, the cloud has been the fastest and most resilient method to help keep every business operational. Cloud services have made possible everything from telecommuting to distance learning, to even allowing shopping to continue, but this time more robustly online. As the cloud becomes an essential part of the company’s technological environment, Cloud becomes stronger making business processes cheaper and more efficient, and thus changing the way we live and work.
But what is the cloud? Basically, it is a network of servers and data centers located around the world that works as a technology center which allows to manage and store data. The cloud is segmented into 3 parts: public, private or hybrid, which is nothing more than a network that shares resources openly in the first case, one that does so through a private internal network in the second and in the third, a mixture of both.
In the business world, optimizing the resources allocated to information technology (IT) through a correct migration to the cloud, endorsed and carried out by experts, is essential. Choosing a good CLOUD service provider could make the difference in the operation of the company, its growth and competitiveness.
The result of this initial investment translates into reduced infrastructure costs, independence of devices and operating systems, security in the transmission and storage of data, which in turn means a significant increase in the productivity of work teams focusing more time on creative tasks, quality management and continuous improvement of business processes.
With these accelerated digital transformations, companies that have given focus and importance to implementing a cloud strategy, known as CLOUD FIRST STRATEGY, are saving money on software, platforms, and infrastructure. Instead of building their own tech stack, they subscribe to a service provider who can provide premium services at a cheaper cost. These companies are better prepared to face new challenges because the use of cloud services helps to design innovative and efficient strategies.
Most software, for example, is developed in the cloud and the implementation of SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions is just a way of providing software over the Internet, as a service and accessed 100% online from the cloud. To give an example, a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) or ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) hosted in the cloud makes remote work easier since employees can access the programs from anywhere in the world without affecting their productivity.
The migration of systems to PaaS is also growing steadily, and they can be in both public and private clouds. In the case of platforms that serve to create, host and manage applications, this makes it possible to tailor the cloud software to better meet and fulfill the needs and responsibilities of the company.
The future is digital, we all know it, but not many companies have managed to initiate this implementation to their processes, infrastructure, and strategies. The advice of professionals in Cloud First Strategy is extremely important as they guide you to understand what the first steps are to follow to start empowering your company from the Cloud, contact Biz Rescue Pro (www.bizrescuepro.com), a group of professionals who advise free of charge in a first meeting to understand what your company is needing and what it does not need now.