What does scalability have to do with cloud computing?

What does scalability have to do with cloud computing?

Hosting and operating IT resources internally is an expensive undertaking, both in resources invested directly and in cost of opportunity, for companies of all sizes, where the infrastructure must necessarily follow the size. Cloud computing, on the other hand, allows businesses to react quickly to needs, improve operation efficiency and provide better working conditions for their teams.

The use of scalable IT resources through the cloud offers many benefits for business, especially for SMEs. The most significant are: flexibility, mobility and cost reduction.

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Greater flexibility and mobility
Cloud computing and mobile technology go hand in hand. By making files and data accessible via the cloud, instead of storing them on a local computer's hard drive, users can be more flexible inside and outside the office.

Using mobile devices (smartphones, laptops, notebooks, etc.), employees can share files instantly over the web and access data quickly and securely.

Thanks to the scalability provided by cloud computing, any user can be quickly and easily added to an operation. This is especially useful for companies that rely on seasonal or contract workers.

If the organization grows suddenly due to a merger or acquisition, its scalable, cloud-based infrastructure can instantly accommodate more users and data. This approach also eliminates the headache of traditional data migration and relocation processes.

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