Cloud Computing. The main advantages of cloud computing can be drawn from economies of scale. Providers of cloud computing handle all the overhead, security and software or hardware updates, while providing customers with the core capabilities required to get their work done. By spreading costs over many customers, cloud computing providers can offer services at a lower cost per month than if customers managed it on their own. Customers also need only pay for the resources they use, therefore they have the flexibility to quickly scale up or down depending on business needs.
Although there are distinct advantages for using cloud computing, customers are faced with lots of questions to answer in order to find the best cloud solution for their specific situation or business problem (e.g. a new software application, a bigger server or a low cost option to store data).
What applications, data or server workloads are good candidates for cloud computing?
Should you choose a public, private or hybrid cloud model?
Should you choose Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Iaas), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)?
Should you use a single cloud provider or multiple providers?
How should you migrate applications, data and servers to the cloud?
How should you integrate new cloud applications with existing applications and data?
Our consultants are experts in cloud solutions. We help our clients to quickly and easily navigate the difficult questions they face in moving to the cloud. We help clients who are already using the cloud to take the next steps towards achieving their strategic business objectives, or faster action to gain a competitive advantage.