Cloud computing has been around for years. The advantages of moving to the cloud infrastructure are well known and documented. See, for example, this list of 12 benefits of cloud computing detailed by Salesforce:
- Cost savings
- Increased collaboration
- Quality control
- Disaster recovery
- Loss prevention
- Automatic software updates
- Competitive edge
However, the adoption of the cloud computing by the businesses remains low. According to McKinsey, enterprise cloud adoption is at around 20 percent.
This is not surprising at all. The shift of the infrastructure to the cloud demands a significant investment of time, money, and human resources. It also requires new expertise, experience and knowledge.
That’s where we come in. We have been building, growing, maintaining and supporting cloud infrastructures for years. We know how to design new setups and how to improve existing ones. We know how to migrate from on-premise data centers and assorted hosting companies to a centralized, reliable and scalable cloud infrastructure. We know how to train people, how to monitor the systems and services, and how to solve urgent or upcoming problems.