Since your data on the cloud platform is centralized, you can collaborate with others on projects and share your work with ease. Communication between you and your colleagues is fast, efficient and effective. Regardless of your company's customer or vendor setup, everyone uses the same files in the same format in the same place, in real time, improving project organization and consistency. With the cloud platform, you can also integrate into an existing technology toolkit, easily transfer data through APIs or connectors, with the option to automate processes.
With the cloud technology platform, users can access their accounts anywhere and anytime. Projects can be worked on multiple devices and anywhere with an internet connection. Since users are not restricted to a specific site, workers have more freedom and flexibility. Working at any time is not always the case with a dedicated server. When it comes time to maintain or upgrade a server, dedicated servers have downtime and downtime. Cloud servers have no downtime, so systems update automatically even while users are using the platform, enabling uninterrupted workflow.
Cloud servers have the advantage of scalability, which means that they can be adapted in size according to increasing and decreasing workload. As your business grows and changes, cloud servers can expand or contract accordingly and adapt quickly to meet your needs. With a dedicated server this is possible, but it is an expensive, time-consuming, and often complex process. The cloud service also provides the option to pay for your subscription monthly, which can be modified according to your business needs. So, as your business grows, your cloud platform will grow with you, and if you need to downsize, you can only pay for the services you use.
Published on November 1,2020 by Yeshan Dammika