Thinking Right Before Going Wireless

Feb 23, 2016 posted by Mahesh Kumar Bukka under Cloud Computing, Digital Transformation, SMAC

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Companies that haven’t adopted cloud technology but plan to access it in future must consider following points before taking the plunge. Certain basic considerations are applicable to all enterprises implementing cloud adoption techniques.

Selecting an appropriate cloud vendor requires something more. Probably researching vendor websites and reading customer reviews is not enough. Searching for right cloud service provider for promoting business scalability demands services providing shareability, scalability and a virtualized infrastructure.

Whether an enterprise migrates its services to cloud or is presently utilising services of a cloud adopter, few business and technological considerations must be kept in mind.

Considered to be installed automatically, this factor is left until the culmination of the project; however this delay disregards inclusion of meaningful changes. Enterprises focusing on adoption of cloud technology must consider this factor upfront because it has huge effects on decisions influencing architecture models and software design.

Defining application requirements needs enterprises to determine security and compliance procedures to fulfil business as well as client needs. Security and compliance must be treated as a knowledge gap to avoid future risks.

Conducting online businesses through Internet or mobile devices is not only related to syncing data. Storing data over cloud requires decent Internet connection. Outages may be occasional however enterprises prepare an alternative to cloud services to avoid loss of confidential business information. Critical data must be stored on a physical device as well. Knowledge about appropriate measures of protecting data without Internet must be learned.

Occasionally, enterprises are required to share business insights; therefore competing cloud services may create problems thereby leading to issues related to compatibility, proprietary formats, and protocols being few complex issues.  Enterprises must understand how much data will be stored by an application and also monitor its performance profile.

Business scalability is defined by a specific limit. Even cloud technology has its own challenges. Capacity limitations must be clearly understood before finalizing a cloud vendor. In addition, incremental costs for added capacity must be discussed earlier.

User-friendly customer experience is one of the major advantages of cloud technology. Enterprises must select cloud services to progress quickly and intuitively. Initial few minutes will mirror the impact of cloud adoption on enterprises.

Ideal cloud services come with easy management services to control, manage and maintain IT solutions efficiently. Appropriate cloud vendors will allow a complete view of all servers in a unified interface.

Thinking Beyond Cloud: Empowering Businesses To Go Wireless

Enterprises usually adopt cloud technology to attract more customers to businesses. It is easier to connect with potential customers and prospective clients with the help of cloud adoption. Businesses must ensure that cloud service vendors must acknowledge a customer-driven approach and provide technical assistance 24/7 through chat, email or phone call. Business owners may also conduct research using a comparative analysis of customer satisfaction as well as vendor rating from different sources.

Upcoming trends of business growth predict greater adoption of cloud technology. Jump on the bandwagon and take the plunge. 

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