I was reading an article by “techcloud link” on the Communal News website claiming: accountant and bookkeepers solutions can benefit your firm; that the cloud saves time and increases production and mobility. They also claim the cloud helps professionals to service their clients better, and that it promotes business growth.
In the new digital enterprise, IT organizations must adapt their infrastructure to rapidly changing application demands. They must deploy and manage complex hybrid cloud platforms, secure the enterprise against advanced cyber threats and deliver end-to-end quality of user experience for mission critical applications. The complexity of the enterprise network makes it a leading challenge for IT to deliver the agility, reliability and security required by most organizations.
1. Gather input and define your need
A good place to begin is by gathering input from leaders across your entire organization. By exploring cloud needs beyond IT, you’ll have a greater understanding of how your cloud technology will be used and how to address the greatest number of demands, so you can get the greatest value from your investment. Benefits like cost reduction, business agility, and better data-driven decision-making benefit the whole organization—not just the IT department. It therefore stands to reason that the organization as a whole should be involved in the decision-making process.
According to a new market research report “Digital Transformation Market by Technology (Cloud Computing, Big Data & Analytics, Mobility/Social Media, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence), Deployment type, Business Function, Vertical (Retail, Education), and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Digital Transformation Market size is expected to grow from $290 billion in 2018 to $665 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 18.1% during the forecast period.
The global hosting infrastructure services market is estimated to reach a value of $12 billion in 2019, up from $11 billion in 2018, according to a recently published report by Future Market Insights (FMI). Gains remain underpinned by a range of factors, including continuous advancements in cloud services and migration to hybrid IT environments.