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This is a guest post by Sara Carter. Sara is a co-founder of the website Enlightened Digital, entrepreneur, and Bostonian. While writing in the tech and business space, her goal is to explore how changes in the digital world affect business growth and professional development, especially for women.
There are many options and vendors when it comes to computing software. For example, there are application suites such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) offerings, and collaboration and content management applications in the software as a service (SaaS) race. However, there are a few other decisions to be made when it comes to utilizing this type of software solution. Organizations can either look to cloud hosting services or they can maintain their on-premise system.
Moving data into the cloud is an intimidating step for most organizations. IT teams must worry about security and privacy issues, while employees are concerned about the implementation of such a substantial change.
However, in today’s increasingly automated environment, cloud computing is the best way to manage data and effectively compete in the marketplace: in 2017, 74% of Tech Chief Financial Officers said that cloud computing had the most measurable impact on their organization. The cloud lowers workload and cost, enables flexibility and collaboration, and actually increases security. Here are six reasons all organizations should embrace the cloud: