The cloud benefits a business in multiple ways other than just cutting down IT cost. It enables businesses to communicate with their customers directly in real time, get a competitive advantage and offers many other possibilities to advance businesses.
Whether you’re a start-up or an established outsourcer, you’re likely to face challenges as you work through how the cloud can elevate your future. Following are some common challenges that businesses face when transitioning to the cloud.
Security & Privacy
The major challenge to cloud computing is the security and privacy of companies that are planning on adopting the cloud model. As confidential data will reside outside the corporate firewall, it may cause serious security concerns for companies. Hacking and other cyber attacks on cloud infrastructure affect multiple clients.
Businesses can minimize security risks using security applications, data loss software, encrypted file systems, and by investing in security hardware to monitor specific behavior across servers.
So, it is hard for businesses to assess the costs involved due to the on-demand nature of the services. If the service-level agreements (SLAs) of the provider are not capable of ensuring the availability and scalability, then organizations will be reluctant to migrate to the cloud.
Cloud service providers don’t provide round-the-clock service, which results in instant outages. So it is essential to track the service being provided using third party tools to know to supervise usage, SLAs, performance, quality, and dependency of these services.
When a business migrates to the cloud, it starts to depend on the service providers. Furthermore, the performance of the organization’s BI and other cloud-based systems is associated with the cloud provider when it fluctuates.
Businesses should ensure that their provider has the right processes in place to alert you if there is ever an issue. Data-driven organizations depend on real-time data, which may cause real-time monitoring issues with an inherent lack of control that comes with cloud computing. So, businesses should ask SaaS providers if they have monitoring policies in place.
Segment Usage & Adoption
Most businesses don’t have an effective cloud adoption strategy in place during their transition to the cloud. Some issues are the cloud adoption speed, expiration of data center equipment, which might lead to incomplete cloud migration.
Cloud-based servers do not always have the appropriate customer service support systems. Businesses express their concerns about data ownership and losing data control when transitioning to the cloud. Choosing the place and methodology of data storage is an essential part of the decision making process. You should ensure that all of the applications can integrate seamlessly with one another is also a challenge.
Migration to the Cloud
Cloud migration is a complex and strategic process. Businesses must affirm that the proposed solution goes with their business model. Whether it is through private, public or hybrid technologies, finding the right service model for your business is an important step.
How Can Global IT Services Help?
We understand that transitioning to cloud is challenging. We will help you find resources with the skills required to manage and conduct cloud-related tasks. Global IT Services is a leading cloud consulting and staffing provider in the IT industry.
We will help you staff the right resources for following positions:
- Cloud/Solution Architects
- Cloud Engineers i.e.AWS/Azure/Google Experts
- Cloud Software/Big Data Engineers
- DevOps Engineers
- Cloud Product Managers
- Mobile Developers
- Java Developers
- .Net Application Architects
- And many more!
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