In response to the global pandemic that emerged last year, organisations were forced to accelerate their digital transformation efforts suddenly. They have depended on the cloud to not only help maintain business continuity throughout the recovery but also reimagine their mission for long-term growth.
Azure has always helped our customers to modernise the way they do business, and as we have worked with over 60 ISVs, we can see common areas where ISVs are focusing their transformation. Almost every organization has had to pivot towards remote work with a huge push for empowering new forms of employee productivity in these environments. Several industries, such as retail and healthcare, need on-demand capacity to meet surges more than ever. ISVs are concerned about operating datacenters without interruption, dealing with reduced staff and resources while security also remains top of mind.
Migrating to the Azure cloud can help ISVs overcome these challenges. To realize these benefits quickly, you can look to Spanish Point to support through your journey. You are seeking the confidence that will help you mitigate risk through your transition.
Moving to the cloud is a big step, but it might be easier than you think. The Microsoft Azure platform has an array of options that accelerate business transformation. Move to the cloud on your terms, and from there the sky’s the limit.
Infrastructure which has been moved to the clod reduces the costs of IT equipment, upgrades and support services. In addition to this, cloud storage is easily scaled up or down and therefore you will not be paying for storage you are not using. The service provider also takes care of the back end, so you save money and time on IT maintenance.
When information is stored on the Cloud, you have full control over who sees it. What if an employee loses their laptop? No Problem! You can use the Cloud to remotely wipe the information before it can seen. Cloud services are indispensable. Your data will be automatically backed up off-site, ensuring your files are protected if your business’s primary systems suffer a power outage, natural disaster or egregious human error.
When you share a cloud program it is possible for employees to be working on the same document/project at the same time even continents apart. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based tools removes pitfalls so your team works together more efficiently.
With the Cloud, there is just so much more flexibility to the workplace. A great example of the ability to work from anywhere is approving a document or scheduling a meeting during your child’s soccer game becomes as easy as if you were sitting at your desk.
Azure and system architects at Spanish Point Technologies will analyse your application and draw up a migration road map that enables you to migrate your application to the cloud in manageable phases minimising your risk but quickly providing cloud solutions for your customers.