Move Infrastructure to the Cloud
The cloud has practically become synonymous with agility, empowering organizations to operate and respond to growing business demands faster and more efficiently. At the same time, a move to the cloud offers a simple and cost-effective way for organizations to manage their data even when faced with the challenge of small time or an even smaller budget.
With a cloud solution your business gains:
- A scalable environment, so you can have the flexibility of budget or data management to fit your business needs
- Rapid deployment and integration capabilities, so you can build an agile and adaptive environment
- On-premises data security, so you can take advantage of security controls and services, make use of threat protection, and ensure a simplified administration of your security policies
Scalability is among the many advantages of a cloud environment. When an organization is producing and moving more data within their environment, they need a solution with the capacity to manage a surge in data and workflows. Without the scalability component, an organization would otherwise be required to take the time to purchase and install new hardware and power sources.
Rapid Deployment and Integration
The beauty of a cloud solution is that it can be deployed in a matter of hours instead of weeks. Your system can be up and running quickly, so your business can see a return on investment much faster. Similarly with the integration of your infrastructure. Moving your infrastructure to the cloud with greater speed will help your business gain a competitive advantage so that you can bring your products or services to market a great deal faster. At the same time, if new business opportunities arise, you will be able to respond faster.
While scalability, along with rapid deployment and integration are key benefits of moving your infrastructure to the cloud, data protection capabilities in the cloud are immense and can tackle a wide range of data security risks.
Modern cloud technologies are more advanced, and can help organizations prevent data breaches through various security measures, including:
- Encryption, two-factor authentication, and enterprise key management
- MFT for preventative data security
- Separation of duties and access controls to protect data
- Granular controls and a centralized platform