In today’s internet-driven world, the cloud platform is critically important to any business, whether used in the healthcare or financial sectors, but the chances of fraud and data loss are (always) at their peak. The ever-growing cloud of confidence displayed by organizations across the globe is the main reason why talk of server-free computing came in the message.
Server-free computing: A platform that stores the entire enterprise infrastructure in the cloud and dynamically expands and contracts resources to meet unique and real-time business needs.
Server-free computing is an approach to simplify complex things that often cause many problems. Right now, companies rely on IT vendors or cloud experts to solve their complex hybrid environments that include multiple operating systems, networks and virtualized servers. Most of the companies still believe that their IT staff is efficient enough to solve challenges they face in hybrid environments, rather moving to advanced cloud platform with everything they have.
The most important question arises here – Are these companies getting all the benefits of cloud technology? Or: Is there something holding them back from loosening the greater use of it? To get accurate answers to such questions, recent research by Win Magic has some interesting findings for everyone.
Strict security and compliance policies are the real dangers; 87% of the Integrated Taxpayer Data Management System (ITDMs) surveyed agreed that they limit business cloud usage due to the complexities of regulatory compliance management. Most companies believe that having a hybrid infrastructure controlled by multiple cloud providers improves the risk of regulatory failure and makes it difficult for companies to make money. Therefore, it is revealed that 24% of all work with a single cloud provider and are not affected by the benefits of multi-cloud environments.
Businesses need to be very smart when it comes to managing cloud infrastructure as there are many ways, some of which are profitable and others are just fine. Here are a few practices that ITDMs confidently follow to achieve the infrastructure they want.
1. The pain, stops the gains!
About 60% of businesses are exposed to problems while managing their business infrastructure due to the selection of poor proprietary management tools. The pain caused by poor choices not only has limited infrastructure choices for them, but also creates the risk of regulatory purposes. Going forward with poor security compliance is yet another red flag that puts the overall business data at risk. The truth is: no business can achieve good security control with poor management tools.
Undoubtedly, true security management tools along with end-to-end encryption technology will not only enable you to understand the entire infrastructure, but also help you manage business productivity and compliance seamlessly.
2. With the right path, the magic begins!
The huge number of organizations are managing cloud compliance crisis using platform-compatible tools and software. Such agnostic tools offer strict security and compliance policies for companies that offer easy management of hybrid infrastructure by treating it as a single entity. It is then easier to manage access rights, data security techniques and other tasks effectively as companies get a holistic view of complex infrastructure.
It is practically noted that advanced tools and techniques help companies overcome these challenges and provide additional business benefits, including improved efficiency, cost savings, unsurpassed security and low risk exposure.
3. Choose productive way not to worry!
Invest in the tools and applications that manage your overall business data and infrastructure without compromising security. Most of the cloud vendors claim to offer a best-fit, authentic solution for your business, but there comes a moment in the industry where a single vendor can’t handle it all smartly. At that moment you must move beyond the individual supplier concept. As ITDMs explained earlier in the study, “multi-cloud mixed environment stops the adoption of the very cloud technologies they want to leverage.”
Businesses trying to navigate such challenges with a collection of tools are amplifying their IT complexities that keep them in a constant state of worry.
There is no doubt that the cloud offers easy access, sharing and work for businesses. But in order to match steps with the rapidly changing technology world, it is important for companies to follow the management of mixed and multi-cloud infrastructures. The cloud compliance crisis that most companies face can be solved if we rely on unique and smart ways that do not prompt us to compromise.