Business with the Cloud

Post By :   AppTech Corp.

According to RightScale’s 2016 State of the Cloud survey of 1060 IT Professionals, 95% of the professionals said that their business was using the cloud in some way or form. With such heavy adoption throughout business culture, the cloud has quickly become one of the most integral parts of business technology. With so many businesses being attracted to the cloud because of its flexibility and cost effective management, some companies still shy away in fear of a complex and costly transition.

An important aspect of being successful is being able to adapt to the ever-changing market. With rigid legacy systems, in which changes could take weeks, this aspect is poorly addressed. One of the benefits of the cloud is that it is capable to grow and adjust to your needs in a fraction of the time of legacy systems, giving businesses the ability to allocate their IT resources however they need it.

Not only does the cloud give companies the versatility that they need but also saves them money. With a shift from the CapEx model of legacy systems, the cloud operates on a pliable and adjustable OpEx model. Cloud is not just one product, there are many different ways to utilize the cloud from 100% infrastructure adoption to hosting a single application, you can choose what best fits for your business.

When some people think of cloud adoption they think of a complex, lengthy and expensive overhaul of their entire infrastructure. But in reality transitioning to cloud is simple and prudent, because it makes use of existing desktop, network, and server infrastructure during the transition. With the right goals and plans set in place, adoption into the cloud is smooth and cost effective immediately and in the future.

Does the cloud sound like the right fit for you and your company, but still apprehensive on the process? Let AppTech help you get into the cloud with one of our many great cloud services that are sure to fit your business needs

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