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Cloud Computing is Expanding and Changing

Being an IT manager means that you must stay on top of the game at all times. It means that you know what is going on and anticipate the needs of your end users, in addition to solving issues before they arise. With this, users can perform better, and the business can flourish. One of the things you must be aware of as an IT manager is cloud computing. In recent years, there have been growing talks on cloud computing and what it can do. With businesses going digital, perhaps now is the right time to better understand this technology. The entry of the cloud has immensely increased the growth of businesses and their efficiency. As we move into a new era technologically, there are questions regarding how the cloud will change the business landscape. Here are some cloud computing trends for the new decade:

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Did You Abide by These Cloud Transition Practices?

If you work in an IT department or an executive position in an organization, you have probably heard of how enterprises are investing in cloud computing and taking their computer systems and applications to the cloud. As an organization, if you want to transition from on-premises infrastructure to a multi-cloud, hybrid cloud or both of them, you should know that this is the single most significant shift that your company will face.

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5 Benefits of Cloud Technology in Healthcare

Excited for your doctor to resemble a robot in a sci-fi movie? With the arrival of cloud computing into the healthcare industry, not only are robots on the way, but automated, internet-connected medical solutions are already a reality. Cloud connectivity within healthcare connects, synthesizes, and analyzes health-related data within the cloud — and delivers it to the provider or the consumer. 

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Clouds Out of Thin Air?

 “There is no business strategy without a cloud strategy”. So said Gartner in a recent symposium. By 2025, over 85% of organizations will embrace a cloud-first approach and will not be able to fully execute on their digital strategies without the use of cloud-native architectures and technologies. 

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Integrate Cloud Computing With Your Business

Cloud computing is a technology that almost everyone has come across these days. If you have been following up on the tech trends, you have probably heard about cloud computing and its potential to alter the business landscape for the better. The growth of cloud computing has helped businesses achieve immense benefits, accomplish various objectives faster and gain a competitive advantage in the market. As such, if you are a business owner, you should consider integrating it into your organization for the success of your business. Although it is easier said than done, the success of the cloud depends on how it is well integrated into your operations. Here are some tips on how to implement cloud strategy in your business.

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Cloud Computing Can Help Integrate Your Business Operations

Cloud computing is here to stay, and it is only getting bigger. In the next decade, we are likely to see hundreds of millions of new public and private clouds in operation, as well as a massive increase in the number of companies that use them.

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You Can Look Forward to Cloud Changing Your Business

Cloud computing is one of the most significant inventions since the advent of the internet. It has become the single most sought-after investment by organizations, both large and small, to improve service provision. The experts bill it as a technology that brings several benefits, including cost-cutting, enhancing business operations and tackling business problems. The importance of the cloud to organizations can be seen through the rise of large cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Salesforce, among others. Although there are many risks, there are many key benefits for businesses. If you look forward to changing your business, the cloud is one of the things you need to consider. Here are some ways that the cloud can change your business.

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Cloud Migration Requires In-Depth Understanding

Cloud migration is an important activity, which entails moving things from the on-premises to the cloud. It may also refer to moving from one cloud to the other and can involve moving all or just a few assets. Although these are the main activities in cloud migration, it sometimes consists of many other things. Regardless of the things involved in cloud migration, it requires an in-depth understanding and strategy to be done successfully. Here are some strategies that you may use in your cloud migration.

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Keep Your IoT Cloud Connections Safe

As the internet of things (IoT) and smart home devices become increasingly popular, the number of security issues and attacks on IoT devices are also on the rise. Over the recent years, there are many incidences involving consumer IoT devices that have seen malicious actors gaining access to home networks by taking advantage of vulnerabilities in devices. According to analysts, IoT devices will be over 20 billion by 2025. That is an awful lot of devices. This means that these devices will be everywhere around us. With this large number of devices, the security incidences will be high. Here are a few tips that will help you keep your IoT connections safe.

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Leverage Cloud Options for Economic Recovery

Digital technologies have played a crucial role in keeping things working during the COVID-19 pandemic. It has ensured the economy and society are running through remote working and contactless payment while at the same time supporting communication and ecommerce. In 2020 alone, many businesses suffered because most of them were not prepared to handle a massive disruption occasioned by the coronavirus. However, many responded by accelerating digital transformation and ensuring operations are running and production ongoing thanks to remote work and online collaboration tools.  

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