The cloud is the way most organizations will work in the future, especially and more and more employees go remote.
94% of companies are now on the cloud, according to the Flexera 2020 State of the Cloud Report. At the same time, 20% of enterprises are spending more than $12 million on cloud solutions and 74% are spending more than $1.2 million per year.
If your organization — big or small — hasn’t made the move to the cloud yet and is not sure where to start, you can find help from IT service and enterprise cloud solutions Dallas-based. These organizations will help you:
Evaluate your ability to manage the move to the cloud
Many businesses do not have the means or ability to migrate their entire operation to the cloud on their own. If you need help, a managed IT services company can help you make the switch. These companies can take care of the entire process — researching cloud options, prices, and infrastructure. And once you’ve made your choice, they can help work internally and externally to manage the full switch over itself.
Decide whether or not a public, private, or hybrid cloud is best for your business
If you make the move to cloud hosting providers Dallas-based, your business cloud infrastructure will need to be entirely managed by your internal resources or by the managed IT services company you hire. A public cloud, on the other hand, provides its services via a network that many organizations can have access to — think Amazon Web Services. And finally, a hybrid option is typically a combination of both.
Help you with your data location
Most businesses have a lot of data — customer info, organizational intelligence, etc. Where will all that reside when you move to the cloud? Your partner will help you find the best cloud station based on your needs.
Decide on your migration priorities
The good news is that when you make the move to the cloud you don’t need to do it all at once. Instead, you may decide your organization should migrate one component or one set of data at a time. Your managed IT services provider will work with you to create this schedule so that it works before your and your entire organization. If you decide on the other hand that a full migration is what is best, you managed IT services company you work with will be able to manage that process as well without anything falling through the cracks.