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  1. #91
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    Jan 2018
    Yes, cloud hosting can be secure if best practices are followed.
    While moving your business on the online platform, it is essential to select apt cloud that meet your organizations’ requirements.

    Reasons to Pick Cloud Services:

    1. High Availability of Data and Resources
    The services/ solutions, tools, and data are available anytime, anywhere you want, which is the biggest advantage one can have for the best outcome. The 247 availability of cloud services is the vision enabler for companies having no physical offices or global companies with fully integrated and unified IT systems.

    2. Infrastructure Optimization
    Cloud helps in selecting and assigning the right resources to the applications. Cloud infrastructure makes it easy to achieve efficiency by accurately balancing workload performance, compliance, and cost. Cloud manages everything, starting from the requirements of the financial department for cloud controlling to the application owner who never wants the app resources to reduce.
    3. Offers Operational Agility
    Sharing resources offer operational agility in addition to cost savings. In cloud computing, the service provider is responsible for scaling the server’s demand without the user’s involvement.

    A company like Amazon Prime, for example, would have significantly higher usage around 10 p.m. on a Saturday than at 10 a.m. on Monday. Cloud computing enables the server to accommodate the demand at peak time by allocating extra resources.

    Cloud computing allows enterprises with changing bandwidth needs to scale up and down to meet demand without costly resource management.

    4. Easy Implementation
    Cloud implementation generally deals with delivering software applications or deliverables/hardware to the end-user. The end-user need not know about the cloud supporting implementation and can reach the cloud service provider’s support team when required.

    5. Offers Reliability
    A managed cloud service platform’s built-in redundancy offers increased reliability. In the unlikely event that one of the cloud servers fails, the service provider can easily migrate applications and services to other servers that they administer. Instead of a late-night emergency repair, clients receive an email informing them a problem has been resolved.
    Companies that are not using the cloud to run their company might profit from redundancy by using the cloud as a data backup. Implementing a solid data backup and recovery plan is critical for every company, but it takes time and money to do it on your own. The cloud offers a more secure and reliable alternative.

    6. Enables Strategic Focus
    Keeping up with software updates and security enhancements requires effort and skill. You do not have to own, administer, or operate the facilities, servers, or software if you choose a cloud service provider. Users can certainly focus on business strategies rather than cloud services.

    7. Resource Scalability
    The cloud’s flexible infrastructure allows you to scale up and down as needed. Data centers force you to make informed guesses about your IT needs and acquire servers in bulk.

    Cloud computing allows you to scale resources according to the requirement of your business. Network bandwidths, storage infrastructure, and processing power may all be scaled up or down based on demand.

    You can scale up during periods of high traffic and downscale once the surge has passed. Auto-scaling aids in the reduction of management chores and the reduction of expenditures. Cloud computing gives your company more freedom. Cloud solutions allow you to scale quickly.

    8. Offers Disaster Recovery
    After a data breach, firms storing data on the cloud recover more quickly. Your data is saved in the cloud and backed up across many data centers when you use cloud services. Even if one server fails, other servers can take its place without causing any downtime.

    Any firm needs to be able to operate at all times. After a disaster, the cloud enables easy cloud storage and data restoration. The recovery process in traditional data centers is lengthy and constrained.

    You risk losing your data permanently if you do not have backups. You can construct disaster recovery plans on cloud servers and swiftly apply them utilizing cloud-based recovery technologies.

    9. Cost-Effective
    Finance is crucial to any business. Cloud computing allows you to pay for only what you use because most cloud providers operate on a “utility” pricing system. The monthly cost is determined by the amount of data used, the amount of storage required, the amount of bandwidth necessary, and the amount of computing power required. Some companies even provide services free if the volume is low.

    When developing, experimenting, or beta testing, the cloud offers benefits. There is no need to spend a lot of money on hardware until we know what our consumers will need in the real world. In fact, cloud computing allows us to start small and build up quickly and smoothly as our clients’ needs grow.

    10. Support Services
    Cloud service providers like ESDS offer 247 customer support concerning any service you want to opt for or have opted for. Some cloud service providers deliver human support and, some provide bot support, depending on the provider.

    11. Data Security
    Cloud infrastructure and software services protect data against accidental loss, malicious activity, and natural events like fires, floods, and earthquakes. Cloud storage allows users the protection for controlling cybercrime and other security threats.

    Although, users must still adopt their own security precautions, such as maintaining passwords and permissions. Moving data to the cloud protects sensitive data from physical damage, human mistake, and cyber threats by providing resources beyond the extent of local network security controls.

    12. Uptime Guarantee
    The physical server environment in the traditional hosting environment defines the uptime of your data. If the uptime goes down, so does your website/data, unless you are using a content delivery network (CDN), which can reduce your site’s overall downtime.

    Cloud services are designed to provide a high level of uptime. Because your site will be using the resources of numerous servers, you can be moved to a different server if one goes down or has technical issues. Furthermore, because you may expand server capacity on demand, your site will not go down due to an unanticipated traffic spike.
    Cloud services certainly help you gain business popularity by offering the best uptime, security, reliability, and scalability allowing you to focus on your business.

  2. #92
    Registered User DharmeshG's Avatar
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    Apr 2023
    Cloud hosting can be secure when proper computes are implemented, such as encryption, firewalls, and regular security updates. The security of cloud hosting ultimately depends on how well users configure and manage their systems to mitigate potential risks.

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    Feb 2024
    ok now issues has been resolved here

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