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Six Essential Steps for a Successful Cloud Migration

Businesses are steadily migrating more of their information technology (IT) environment to the cloud. The cloud computing market continues to grow at an impressive rate and it’s expected to be over $940 million by 2026. The percentage of corporate data stored in the cloud continues to grow, reaching approximately 60% in 2022.

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It is Not Too Late to Transition to a Cloud Model

The cloud is one of the critical parts of any business today. Most organizations are choosing to migrate to the cloud due to various advantages it offers, ranging from cost to ease of management due to the availability of qualified professionals that cloud service providers have. The cloud has the ability to provide high on-demand data storage, resources, expertise and other services proactively based on the need of the customer. This is a massive improvement from the traditional data center model which is rigid and expensive. Migrating to the cloud helps you cut costs. If you are planning to move your business to the cloud, here are a few things you need to consider.

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How SASE can Help Secure Cloud Resources

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a cloud model that combines network and security functions in a comprehensive cloud service. The term is pronounced “sassy” and is intended to allow organizations to manage network and security tools in a single consolidated interface. SASE has minimal hardware requirements and operates independently of where users and resources are physically located.

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How Businesses can Take Advantage of Multi-Cloud Solutions

Businesses looking to optimize their cloud computing investment are increasingly turning to a multi-cloud approach. This strategy enables them to implement the most attractive and business-impacting offerings available from public cloud service providers (CSPs). Adopting a multi-cloud approach provides businesses with several advantages that enable them to be more competitive.

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Successful Cloud Deployment Depends on a Few Things

With time, cloud computing has become a key tool in IT infrastructure for almost every organization. Furthermore, the executives in almost every serious organization these days are focusing on upgrading their business applications to the cloud while ensuring their business goals are accomplished. While optimization of IT infrastructure differs from one organization to the other, it mostly involves the public, private and traditional IT environments. As businesses become increasingly concerned with the disruption of their operations and keep adopting new means, cloud companies are starting to reap the benefits from these technologies. While this is the case, successful cloud deployment of the cloud depends on a few things discussed below. Here are the things you need to consider for a successful cloud deployment.  

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How Companies Can Take Advantage of Serverless Computing

Some people might think it was a joke when first exposed to the term serverless computing. It sounds a little strange, kind of like a pantless suit. How can you possibly have computing without a server? Skeptics may have assumed it was just another cloud computing marketing ploy. 

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How the Cloud Helps Companies Maintain Regulatory Compliance

Businesses operating in many different industries are required to comply with regulatory standards. The purpose of these guidelines is to protect the privacy and security of transactions that involve sensitive data. In some cases, multiple sets of guidelines must be followed to protect data resources and avoid financial penalties and negative public relations. 

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Look for Cloud Computing Services for Small Businesses  

In the world today, there is significant growth in the remote workforce, which has made moving to the cloud a necessity for almost every business. For small businesses, remote work is an important addition since it allows them to compete with heavyweights. Cloud solutions are incredibly valuable since they allow small businesses with limited infrastructure and staff to access affordable tools to help them do business and grow. As a small business considering a transition to the cloud, you need to understand the benefits you will gain from it. As a small business, here are some advantages that you can get by adopting cloud computing.

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High-Performance Computing in the Cloud is Possible

High-performance computing (HPC) is the ability to process data and carry out complex calculations at fast speeds. An example of HPC solutions is the supercomputer. A supercomputer contains thousands of compute nodes working together to complete tasks in what is called parallel processing. With data, groundbreaking scientific discoveries are made, innovations are fueled, and improved quality of life for many people globally. With HPC, there is a strong foundation of scientific, societal and industrial developments.

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Proper Configuration Can Help Prevent Cloud Breaches  

Adopting the cloud for hosting various business data and applications offer various advantages that could not be attained when using the traditional methods. The benefits include easy management, access and scalability. It can also reduce the cost of operations in the long term while enhancing efficiency. With the cloud, companies have managed to embrace digital transformation easily, which was evident during the global pandemic that forced people to work remotely. The cloud’s dependability and flexibility enabled organizations to quickly and easily migrate to remote work at a reasonable cost. However, the cloud also presents certain risks. The risks have traditionally led to the denial of service, data loss, and malware.

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