For many years there was stability in the database segment of the IT industry. Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) such as Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL (to name a few) had proven themselves to be capable of handling vast amounts of data and that seemed to be all that modern businesses required.
Many enterprises are starting to recognize the benefits of migrating legacy IT systems to the cloud. However with some organizations the concerns over security and privacy still prevail, especially when it comes to a public cloud environment.
Not too long ago, many organizations would wrestle with the opportunities and negative consequences of cloud technology. Back then, many had qualms about placing their valuable data to a faraway storage location that, when jeopardized, could potentially cause a major operational disturbance.
When companies migrate their business processes to the cloud, service assurance will be an important aspect of the migration. CEOs need to be reassured that a minimum acceptable level of service will be provided and that there will be legal safeguards to ensure that this level of service can be enforced.
The “default” position for small and midsize businesses prefer cloud computing albeit its security concerns. This blog shares ways to keep a firm’s cloud-hosted solution safe in the absence of comprehensive data management and back-up plan.
As MaidPro grew to 120 locations nationwide, they adapted business software to emerging cloud technology by utilizing virtual servers to host in-house software.
Facilities and organizations of all sizes in the education sector are poised to make a move to cloud server based operations.
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