Organizations migrate to the cloud to achieve cost-efficiency, higher application performance and scalability. It is a complex process and enterprises must plan carefully for successful migration. The benefits of inter-operability, security, responsive service levels, along with a variable cost structure for both services and assets in cloud will make it easier for the IT leaders to take up the cloud journey. Some of the key IT imperatives which lead an organization to embrace cloud services are: Continue reading
2016 witnessed a huge number of enterprises shifting their businesses to cloud based architecture. Experts believe 2017 will be an even bigger year in terms of cloud adoption. And, one of the biggest factors driving this change will be cloud architecture vendors competing to provide infrastructure-as-a-service at lower costs. Continue reading
There is too much hype around cloud and not all SMB players understand just how moving to the cloud can translate into tangible business benefits for them. They are not interested in what your cloud solution can do – they are only interested in what precisely can your cloud solution do for them. For example: when a farmer in Rajasthan purchases a mobile for the first time in his life, all he expects out of the device is to be able to make calls and pay the bill at the end of the month. He also expects quick problem resolution should something go wrong with his phone. The workings of the mobile tower make no difference to him. Plain and simple! Continue reading
The popularity and domain of cloud services remain in agile development. Cloud storage is predominantly leveraged across a large number of enterprises. Cloud hosted software and further services, packaged in an “-as-a-Service” model are gaining popularity.
The idea of virtualizing and outsourcing the workspace by moving Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to a cloud-hosted environment as Desktop-as-a-Service (Daas) is likewise a Continue reading