What’s the Next Move for Applications That Weren’t Born in the Cloud?
POST WRITTEN BY: Jay McCall, featuring Scott Drossos, InterVision COO
May 9, 2019
For more than a decade, the loudest buzz has been about the advantages of software “born in the cloud.” It’s understandable. Cloud software is easy to access – even remotely from mobile devices. It’s flexible and scalable, reducing risk for industries that are experiencing rapid disruption. And it can be less costly for customers – cloud applications offered via the Software as a Service (SaaS) model minimize upfront costs and instead allow users to pay a monthly fee. Additionally, the vendor takes the burden for security patches and updates, which means the user needs less in-house IT support.
But are the advantages of cloud applications enough to justify a move to the cloud for an on-premises system?
Cloud Migration Pros and Cons
According to Scott Drossos … read more