Cloud computing eliminates any investment of purchasing hardware (servers) and software (applications) and maintaining local data centers.
Most cloud services are provided as self-service and on demand, so even huge amounts of computing resources can be provisioned in a matter of minutes.
The right amount of IT resources (eg, higher or lower processing capacity, storage, bandwidth) at the right time and from the right geographic location.
Cloud computing eliminates the need for a lot of administration and maintenance so IT teams can spend their time achieving more important business goals.
The largest cloud computing services run on a global network of secure data centers, regularly updated with the fastest and most efficient next-generation hardware.
The user’s way of working does NOT change, they continue to access the documents in the same way. Changes are automatically saved in the cloud.
Less capacity to recover from possible disasters.
Complex and limited remote access to corporate documentation and services.
Dependence on the company’s personal teams to carry out daily work.
Greater cost and complexity in the implementation and deployment of services.
More likely to lose information.
Dependence on the IT department to recover accidentally deleted files.
Need for complex systems to control the use made of information and compliance with the RGPD.
You only pay for the use made of the subscribed services and resources.
The corporate information and services are replicated in various geographically distributed points.
Global and multi-device access to corporate documentation and services.
Possibility of being able to use any available equipment to carry out daily tasks.
Self-service availability for the implementation and deployment of solutions.
Few or very little chance of information loss.
Several methods of recovering accidentally deleted or overwritten files.
Large number of services to control the use made of information and facilitate compliance with the RGPD.