We will give advice to SME’s on Cloud Computing, its advantages and disadvantages.
To find out why SME’s should embrace cloud computing to their business, take a look at the information provided below.
Does Cloud Computing apply to SME businesses?
Is there a need for SME’s to embrace Cloud Computing? There are certain answers out there, but it’s up to each company to decide for themselves. Of course experts agree that Cloud Computing is the future for SME’s.
Most SME’s still see Cloud Computing as something new and strange, not as an opportunity to progress.
There are Security issues that we cannot avoid when it comes to Cloud Computing. Those issues are:
1. Privacy Issues
2. Legal Issues
3. Availability Issues
4. Loss of control over data Issues
IT engineers and experts are working hard to solve those problems and to improve Cloud Computing security. These were one main issue’s why SME’s and other companies avoided Cloud Computing.
How would I deploy it?
There are different ways to deploy Could Computing into your business. It all depends on your business requirements. Four main deployment models are:
1. Private Cloud
2. Public Cloud
3. Community Cloud
4. Hybrid Cloud
Private Cloud – is the infrastructure deployed for specific organization. Deployment of private cloud is mainly in-house operation. A third party can be included into the private cloud if they are on the premises.
Public Cloud – is a commercial basis operation available to the public. This infrastructure enables consumer to develop and deploy different services in the cloud. Public clouds are serviced and managed by a cloud service provider.
Community Cloud – is the shared cloud computing infrastructure among a number of organizations with similar interests. To keep the price of this cloud service low, users (companies involved) share that between themselves.
Hybrid Cloud – is the mix of private and public clouds. This cloud infrastructure has the ability to move data from one type of cloud to another, through different applications.
How much would it cost?
One of the first reasons why SME’s should embrace Cloud Computing would be price.
Usually the cost of Cloud Computing is cheaper than traditional computing.
By introducing Cloud Computing to your business venture, you can save money in your existing IT department.
Advisory service on Cloud Computing shouldn’t cost a lot, and the best way for the customer is to contact our customer service department for more information.
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