Smart journey to the cloud environments
Take the cloud seriously
The IT market is changing very dynamically. And now, solutions based on cloud environments can vastly improve the functioning of IT infrastructure. However, the issue of data security is still on the client’s side and it is one’s duty to protect it. Why? Companies that provide infrastructure are not the owners of data. Data is user’s property. For instance, in the Shared Responsibility Model, Microsoft indicates that data safety is on the client’s side. So the infrastructure provider will not take responsibility for:
- information and data,
- devices (mobile and PC’s),
- accounts and identities.
Deleted, encrypted, or corrupted files are unrecoverable unless you have backed them up.
Cost Savings / Efficiency
By moving to the cloud, you provide easy access to your company’s data, which will save you time and money when starting projects. In addition, most providers use the pay as you go model, so you won’t pay for services that you don’t use. most cloud-computing services are pay as you go. This means that if you don’t take advantage of what the cloud offers, at least you won’t have to put money into it.
Cloud-based solutions are ideal for businesses with increasing or changing bandwidth requirements. If your business requirements grow, you can easily expand your cloud capacity without investing in physical infrastructure. This scalability minimizes the risks associated with internal operational problems and maintenance. This level of flexibility can give cloud computing companies a real competitive advantage.
The cloud offers companies the ability to quickly meet business requirements – overall flexibility compared to local server hosting. And if you need extra bandwidth, a cloud-based service can meet that demand immediately. Instead of going through a complex and costly IT infrastructure upgrade, you get the freedom and flexibility to impact the overall performance of your organization.
Thanks to the cloud, you can offer convenient data sharing to sales workers who travel, freelance workers, or remote workers. Cloud computing allows mobile access to corporate data via smartphones and other devices, which is a great way to ensure no one gets missed. Employees on busy schedules or living far from corporate offices can use this feature to keep up-to-date with clients and colleagues.
Cloud data protection
New applications can change the landscape of a given industry in a very short time. The cloud, with its flexibility and scalability, offers new opportunities to build a competitive advantage on the market. More and more businesses are using IaaS, BaaS, DRaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and other services offered by cloud providers. The IaaS market is expected to be the fastest-growing public cloud services segment worldwide.
We bring the solution
Storware delivers data sharing and safety for endpoints in the SaaS and BaaS models. It means that one can benefit from the simplicity of KODO cloud offering, being sure of proper SLA, certified data protection procedures, reasonable costs and get it all in one’s favorite cloud provider’s marketplace