Not even a couple of decades ago, business processes were centralized with the entire IT infrastructure on-site. All business-related data, applications, software, etc. were stored in physical devices within the business premises. But as of today, with the rise in cloud computing, it is an entirely different scenario, with business processes and functions using cloud-based services to run at all micro and macro levels.
For the uninitiated, here’s a simple definition of what cloud computing defines. It is a delivery of computing resources and services using the internet and virtual networks. Unlike traditional systems, it does not require on-site computing or maintenance of such computing devices. Typically, there is a server system that connects remotely (and virtually) to other computers on a wide network.
This system is smarter, better, faster, and more efficient than the erstwhile systems. Most importantly, cloud computing is also cost-effective, making it the go-to solution for … Read More