It's important for businesses to prepare early for the inevitable transition to the cloud
Businesses should prioritize the inevitable transition to the cloud

As more businesses adopt cloud computing services, providers are creating new methods for integrating them with on-premises storage centers. Because of its scalable storage capabilities, companies that deal in big data are capable of leveraging the cloud to increase their productivity. 

Mobilizing the workplace with cloud solutions
In addition to increased flexibility, communications technologies are making it possible for decision-makers to leverage more mobility in the workplace. The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is becoming popular in enterprises, and with the cloud, it is easier for employees to remotely access pertinent data from their own Internet-capable tools. 

In addition to the core functions of the cloud, companies are able to deploy applications that help reinforce the tasks of digital infrastructures. Database administration solutions, for example, help big data enterprises categorize their information. Rather than requiring a team of IT managers for storage maintenance, decision-makers can leverage this supportive service. Additionally, remote DBA experts will continue to guide business leaders through their transition to a digital infrastructure. 

The switch to the cloud is inevitable
According to All Things D, the widespread movement from legacy solutions to the cloud is becoming an inevitable aspect of business infrastructure, rather than just another option. The development of new digital accessories in the form of cloud-enhanced applications, for instance, make it easier for IT managers to customize networks to suit the needs of the enterprise. Concurrently, these solutions require a cloud service in order to function properly, which the source reported is part of the reason why the cloud should be considered a paradigm shift.

The importance of securing the cloud early
Forbes reported that businesses should begin preparing for their transitions by considering the future of their security. By establishing new safety practices early on, precautionary strategies that exist to ensure continuity in the wake of cyberattack or data loss will be much stronger when the change to the cloud is complete. According to the source, risks associated with weak infrastructures are greater when businesses are not aware of the possible side affects of third-party data management, so it is important that IT teams play a critical role in ensuring the move is a successful one.

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