2009 was so much about cloud computing. 2010 may well be the year that sees a lot of high-profile cloud computing. What is it that pulls businesses to cloud computing? Well, it all begins with reduction of costs. Yes, the cloud helps you cut down costs. Your operational expenses are reduced significantly. With cloud computing, you need to pay only for what you use. Costs become directly proportional to your requirements.
Cloud computing is easy to install. You don’t need to get additional hardware or software. Moreover, the implementation is done remotely. And the good thing is that its implementation doesn’t cost much.
Cloud computing is not only about cost reductions but also about time savings. Since cloud computing becomes functional faster than other systems, businesses save a lot of their precious time at the time of set-up. The cloud also ensures fast recovery. Thus, businesses do not lose unnecessary time anywhere.
Automation is one of the biggest attractions of this technology. With cloud computing, businesses do not need to set up a team to handle system updates and back-ups. Cloud computing lets you free up internal resources. Automation helps release important internal resources for other high-priority work.
Your business can become mobile with cloud computing. Employees can access work-related information from anywhere.
Now, hopefully, 2010 will be the year when security concerns surrounding the cloud will be addressed properly. Have you experienced cloud computing yet? How has your experience been like?
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