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Is the cloud really the best solution for SMEs?

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Cloud computing is currently one of the most talked about topics for many business, for a large percentage of whom it is the perfect solution. For a startup, low costs and simple entry are appealing features – while large corporates have the clout to mould cloud services to their will. However there is a third, multi-million pound market for which the cloud may not suit. Visit: Business Advisor.

For mid-market online companies, though, all that glitters definitely isn’t gold. The cloud can become a nightmare for security, data privacy and more – and many are returning to standalone self-hosted solutions to bring control back into their own hands.

The complexities of choosing a cloud provider are numerous – issues such as security management, attack response and recovery, system availability and performance, the vendor’s financial stability and its ability to comply with the law all need to be considered. But should your business even be thinking about moving to the cloud at all?

The answer is yes and no, if you’re a very small company and you don’t have many resources at your disposal, cloud solutions are appealing because they generally require minimum capital investment are low-cost and low maintenance.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Is the cloud really the best solution for SMEs?- Techworld.com Virtualisation

     

    

 

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