In recent years, we’ve seen more and more mission-critical applications and business processes move to the cloud. As a result, we are becoming increasingly reliant on cloud technology from large providers.
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One of the main advantages of migrating your IT infrastructure to Azure is that it’s completely flexible and scalable.
If your organisation is using the Microsoft cloud without a sufficient Azure support plan in place, you’re leaving yourself exposed.
Making big decisions for any part of your business is never simple, however choosing when and how to migrate over to the cloud can be one of the most complicated - even if it seems simple from the outset. There are seemingly endless decisions to be made, such as which provider to use, what your strategy should be and how to plan your budgets, and this is before you even get started on how to manage the migration between each of your different applications.
Adopting the Azure cloud can transform your organisation, delivering vast gains in speed, agility, and performance of IT systems, while removing the need for outdated hardware.
The AWS cloud has the power to transform your business, providing vast gains in speed, agility, and performance, while removing the need for outdated legacy systems.
Working with a partner is usually the preferred option for businesses seeking AWS support.
There are several options to choose from for your AWS support, but it’s a choice many businesses are still struggling with.
There are several options for Microsoft Azure support available for you to choose from, but it’s a choice many businesses still find challenging.
IBM recently reported that the cost of an IT security breach is rising for businesses. In fact, 2021 has had the highest average cost for a data breach in the past 17 years, at $4.24 million USD (just over £3 million).