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How To Implement Cloud Computing Into Your Business - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

How To Implement Cloud Computing Into Your Business

The importance of technology in modern life can’t be overstated, and that is only more true for businesses. State-of-the-art tech is becoming part and parcel with commerce as big data continues to provide businesses with the information necessary to develop the most potent strategies, but this can make starting your own business a daunting task. The average person has little technical knowledge with regards to technology, and that presents a problem for business-minded individuals who haven’t done their homework. Cloud computing in particular can be difficult to understand, and it accounts for an ever greater portion of a business’s technological needs. Here’s what you need to know.


Cloud computing is capable of overhauling a business’s operations, but there are some logistical problems that need to be resolved from the ground up before the potential of cloud computing can be realized. This starts with the infrastructure of a cloud network itself. For example, there are a variety of cloud computing service providers, not to mention user interface options like Terraform or Pulumi. There’s also a growing concern that typical cloud-based computing is insufficient for modern data processing needs, gradually giving way to cloud-native computing. Cloud-native computing requires even more diligent management, so it’s not for beginners, but it is ultimately more efficient when managed effectively by trained professionals. One of the biggest strengths of cloud computing is its flexibility, but that flexibility comes with a steep learning curve that is often best left to a competent IT department.

Cloud Storage

Cloud computing offers tremendous benefits, but one of the most ubiquitous is that of cloud storage. In fact, cloud storage is widely used by consumers and is increasingly offered as a free benefit built into many operating systems. Surprisingly, even your average email service runs on cloud storage technology. Cloud storage provides numerous benefits in and of itself. For example, it provides businesses with a much needed expansion to their digital file storage, and that storage can be expanded even further. In addition to having a greater storage capacity, the decentralized nature of cloud storage provides an additional layer of security, something that is all the more important as businesses are often targeted by hackers for their valuable data. Cloud storage also provides users with a simple way to backup important files in the event of a hardware failure or worse that could otherwise permanently destroy data stored on site.

Cloud Computing

While cloud storage has universal appeal and sees widespread use, cloud computing isn’t widely used outside of businesses.Cloud-based services aren’t unheard of, but the average person simply has little to no use for cloud computing. However, this type of computing caters perfectly to the growing technological needs of today’s businesses. At first glance, cloud computing is a type of networking, and it excels in that regard. Cloud networking is free from the physical and spatial constraints of the average business network, and this alone prepares businesses for an increasingly remote workforce.

The true power of cloud computing is where it provides a truly unique addition to traditional networking. While connecting computers and sharing files is nothing new, cloud computing enables the sharing of computational assets and, indirectly, processing power. Simply put, a business’s private cloud can function more or less like a singular unit, providing a level of potency not unlike a supercomputer. This has become essential in the era of big data, because the process of calculating all of the data that is now widely available en masse can be incredibly resource-intensive and time consuming. Thanks to cloud computing, companies can process the data required to develop more effective strategies within a reasonable time frame and without putting too much strain on any of the machines on the network.

Cloud computing is an incredibly powerful tool in the right hands. However, the right hands are those that are highly trained. Knowing the basics is a great place to start, but hiring the right people and doing your homework are required for the best results.

Publish Date: May 18, 2021 2:32 AM



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