Cloud computing is a convenient on-demand delivery of various IT resources such as data storage, database, applications, servers, networks, and more. Customers have a unique opportunity to access and release this pool of highly customizable and omnipresent services autonomously.
The key reasons businesses embrace cloud are cost savings, reduced workforce, and easy management of their IT workloads. The pace of the global market’s growth is incredible. Cloud was already mainstream the previous year and will hit US$330 billion in 2020. The pandemic also drives cloud services adoption, as the recent research reveals.
However, before making a switch, customers need to realize it is not something to break into. It is crucial to learn the privileges of different types of cloud computing, common pitfalls, and possible risks.