If you haven’t moved your systems over to the Cloud yet, what are you waiting for? IDG Enterprise found in a 2016 Cloud Computing study that an estimated 70% of U.S. companies and organizations have moved to the Cloud in some capacity. 56% are currently planning to transfer even more IT operations over to the Cloud.
Provides Additional Security
Allows for Data Integrations
Increases Operational Efficiency & Agility
Enhances Ability to Scale
Bring Your Business to the Cloud
Since operating in the cloud is different from operating on-premise, properly moving workloads to Azure goes far beyond a simple “lift and shift.” Unless you’re moving to a platform-as-a-service (PaaS), it’s pretty easy to get things wrong the first time. Each cloud infrastructure (i.e. Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google Cloud) offers its services in building blocks, which create many alternative ways to build your online environment. The key to cloud migration is to find the simplest set up. This will reduce costs and make it easier for your team to transition to the new system.