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Moving to the Cloud. Pain Points to Consider
June 30th, 2017

Moving to the Cloud. Pain Points to Consider

Making the move to the cloud can be great and have huge benefits for your business, as long as you know what to expect. This is why you need to know the pain points. 

Summary

You have a lot to consider as a business owner. From what software you will use, to how much vacation to give employees to what kind of storage you will use. It can be maddening to figure it all out. And it’s even harder if you have no idea what to expect after you make that decision. While we can’t help you with the software or vacation issues we can help with storage!

You have two option when it comes to data storage, the cloud or on-premise. Both have pros and cons, but most would agree the cloud is the better choice especially for smaller businesses. Now before you go off and add cloud storage to your businesses mix, you need to know what to expect!

This is where we come in. We found on an article from Intercity Technology that shares some of the most important pain points to consider when making your move. Check them out below.

Who Should Read This Article

Any business owner or IT manager considering moving to the cloud should check this out before making the move.

What You Will Learn

Intercity discusses three of the biggest pain points businesses experience as the move to the cloud. Knowing these ahead of time can help you manage them better during the process. They include:

  • Losing your network manager.
  • Outdated equipment.
  • Your pricing model is old and you're locked in.

Take Away

Making the move to the cloud can be great and have huge benefits for your business, as long as you know what to expect. Being aware of the pain point before this starts it the best way to ensure success.

Read the full article at Moving to the cloud – 3 pain points

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