Having a separate data center is a thing of the past. Though they still exist, probably because many businesses are yet to figure out about how they can benefit by moving to the cloud. As a way of reducing their resource input along with their carbon footprints, many top corporations are turning to cloud data backup and shifting their servers to cloud. The reasons are crystal clear. It is a matter of time and taking a calling that almost all businesses will be cloud based in the future, probably by 2020 almost half the enterprises will have moved to cloud.

Your data capacity is enhanced

Experience an increased bandwidth that offers a way for your business to stretch out to its potential. This helps serve a wider customer base and employ requisite task-force as your business expands and envelops more people. Flexibility is the need of the hour as your business’s needs are going to expand and will require various applications to run. It is easier to run these applications on cloud and let your task-force work on it via a wider base that allows a flexible approach with zero sluggishness.

Get more control with Centralized Data Management

Unlike before, your business’s data is centralized in a manner that it is easy to disintegrate and organize it. The data structure of a cloud is well synthesized and stands consolidated. This consolidation gives you the power to keep your data at one place without having to compromise on anything be it any format, any size. Centralized data management is achieved as cloud lets you access every server, every cloud application and every endpoint available in the cloud. The main advantage of having a more centralized system is being able to make easy data discovery and compliance monitoring.

Lowered input costs

A cloud reduces your need for a DR (data recovery) infrastructure. This results in a big save as unlike DR systems, a cloud offers cost efficient features. Enjoy excessive bandwidth without having to pay more for more storage. No more paying for software licenses as you adopt a simple yet smarter storage method. Cloud storage is overall cost effective as it not just allows you to save on storage, it also reduced software costs, infrastructure costs and staff costs as well.

Automated operations hence reduced errors

Cloud’s automatic software updates offer a lateral cost benefit. Other than this financial gain, it’s automated operations also allows your data to be automatically updated in the cloud so that it can be accessed from any point. The automation feature is an intelligent system as it puts less used data to cold storage, being easily discoverable. While the old storage systems required manual updates, which were less frequent. In cloud, updates are automatic, cost efficient as the cloud infrastructure offers a user-payment method. Also errors in terms of security are also reduced as cloud is a fairly secure platform to spurt out your hefty data with ease.