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With the advent of cloud technology, companies of all sectors can now have multiple applications both across the cloud as well as offline to manage their applications. As companies leverage the cloud for the various tasks in several areas, it has become an irreplaceable technology to carryout day-to-day business tasks. From storing the mission-critical information securely to managing employee database, cloud computing provides businesses with scalability and flexibility, while providing cost and time efficiency.
However, as more and more enterprises adopted cloud systems, the number of applications developed on cloud increased drastically and led to data silos. Adding to the woes, even the companies having clear cloud strategy are unable to shift all their systems to cloud at one stretch, therefore on-premise systems will need to be integrated in the short-term.
One of the main reasons causing problems associated with managing numerous applications is the increased workload. Another reason the budget-tight IT departments are faced with is the burden of manually syncing data and time constraints. As a result, the data gets duplicated and consume valuable storage space. In addition, it also mounts the risk of manual error, which could be eradicated with streamlined systems. To overcome these challenges, enterprises must implement a single-cloud strategy to keep storage to a minimum. Organizations should always seek a solution that has lucrative features of multiple cloud applications.
It is also highly important that solutions installed are checked for their security credentials. It is also imperative for businesses to ensure that they eliminate the barriers associated with integration. This helps organizations to stay ahead of their competitors and improve their productivity and efficiency.