True or fals about the clod

Are you responsible for IT issues in your company? Have you, like so many others, looked towards cloud-based solutions for IT?

Many IT managers we met, especially in small or decentralized organizations, would like to avoid much of the administration of IT systems, workstations and information storage.

They complain about systems and applications that do not fit together, on systems that are slow and frustrated about not being able to meet the employees ‘ demand for access to new tools.

To move applications and data storage to the Cloud or “cloud” can solve many IT issues and increase the efficiency of the organization. But there are many concerns that stops companies from taking the plunge.

Here are some of the common myths:

  1. If we move our data to the cloud so we lose control of our technology

When you move to the cloud so drastically reduces the time you need to spend on maintenance of hardware and software upgrade. You can focus on your business, and gain more control, rather than to act as a repair service.

You’ll also reduce the cost of servers to handle the storage of a growing variety of email and documents.

  1. It is unsafe to store data in the cloud

Data security has grown into a full-time job that requires a team of experts. The experts are few and take good charge. It is, therefore, not many companies can afford to keep a very high level of security for themselves.

Microsoft hires such as the very best and makes use of advanced processes to predict, detect and mitigate attacks.

That is why it is often safer to store data in the cloud than to do it yourself physically.

  1. We have to move everything to the cloud

Many companies are moving their servers to the cloud but it is unusual to move all or do it over a weekend. Most implementations will start as a hybrid; to move an application such as email and can continue from there in any scale and pace.

“The hybrid cloud” provides a platform that spans data centers and cloud, IT facilitates and delivers applications and data to users on any device, anywhere. It gives you the control to deliver computing power and scale up or down as needed without losing already made physical IT investments.

  1. Cloudmigrering is too wide for my business

It is easy to understand that ‘ going cloud “may seem like too great a challenge for many. But it is not so difficult to make the move. Here there is also a lot of support such as from Microsoft regarding Office 365.

It can be tricky to understand processes around. In making any given lap, planning and thinking about the whole. There are many choices and you can save a lot of time and money if you do it right from the beginning.

A cloudmigrering is not to move your server to Microsoft that you will administer. It means rather to move a variety of processes (that you don’t have to perform).

Therefore, it may be sensible to take help with planning, migration, and set so that you secure the maximum value of your move to the cloud.

  1. Corporate spies and Cyber thieves can steal my data

This is one of the most common concerns with respect to the cloud. But it is unfounded.

Most cloud providers follow a series of safety regulations, principles and standards with regard to your data. For example, it is the only one who has access to it. Your IT Department handles requests, sets of rights and limitations, providing access for smartphones, etc, etc.

As described in paragraph two above, there will be security in the vast majority of cases, higher in the cloud than in companies that manage their data storage themselves physically.

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