On-Premises vs. Cloud Solutions

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On-Premises vs. Cloud Solutions

Cloud computing continues to grow throughout the United States and the world. 2014 was the first year where a majority of workloads will processed in the cloud versus traditional on-premises solutions. In addition, by the end of this year, end user spending on cloud services will reach
$180 billion, out pacing on-premises. Why are a majority of business, large and small moving to cloud computing?


Cloud computing allows you and your employees easy access to applications and data from different computers and devices.
Since cloud applications are browser-based they are accessible from mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. In addition, cloud applications can be accessed 24/7 and 365 days a year.


Cloud computing lets you start up or grow your business quickly.
It’s a lot easier and faster to sign up for a cloud computing application than to buy a server, get it up and running and install software on it. And because you don’t need to buy hardware and software, your start up or expansion is cheaper.


Potential to be greener and more economical.
The average amount of energy needed for a computational action carried out in the cloud is far less than the average amount for an on-site deployment. This is because different organizations can share the same physical resources securely, leading to more efficient use of the shared resources.

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