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"Cloud storage is a cloud computing model in which data is stored on remote servers accessed from the internet, or "cloud." It is maintained, operated and managed by a cloud storage service provider on a storage servers that are built on virtualization techniques" (www.techopedia.com). There are many things to consider when moving your business applications to the cloud. What kind of solution do you need? What is the environment that your solution will be hosted in? How can you access this solution? All of these factors are important to review before moving to the cloud to ensure quick and efficient deployment of cloud services.
Businesses and enterprise executives are seriously evaluating the possibilities of moving some or all of their companies’ hardware and/or IT infrastructure to the cloud. There are many benefits from this migration, but in order to be efficient and to reduce possible work place disruptions and downtime, numerous considerations with regards to cloud environments and service delivery need to be contemplated.
As businesses review the types of cloud offerings available, there are common questions that arise about the similarities and differences between the public and private clouds. In this two-part blog series, we will provide common questions and answers to these questions.
There are many benefits of moving your contact center to the cloud. Namely cost savings and the inflexible nature of on-premise solutions. To view the 10 top reasons, see the infographic below.
In this blog– the different types of cloud options are defined and the pro’s and con’s of each are detailed.