As the trend of Industry 4.0 and big data continue to penetrate the market, the focus remains on the massive amounts of data a business accumulates. Data is the backbone of every business and the more they collect, the harder it gets to manage. That is why your business needs the cloud. Cloud migration can be a one-time or continuous process. Infrastructure-as-a-Service or Platform-as-a-Service can both be good options. 

Using a cloud computing platform alleviates the cost of running and maintaining your own data center. Cloud computing is essentially renting the hardware from the provider, so it saves you from physical security to electricity for both running the hardware and cooling, as well as hardware maintenance. Leave the managing of the cloud to the experts.  

Microsoft Azure cloud services provide cloud environments across on-premises, multi-cloud, or hybrid formats. This cloud gives you the flexibility to build your own tenant with a wide variety of services and features. Azure emphasizes security and compliance regulations, which is important with all the advanced threats on the market today. Microsoft Azure also gives a business the ability to keep ownership of their data and artificial intelligence capabilities.  

Microsoft Azure operates on a pay-as-you-go model, ensuring you only pay for the services you use, as you use them; should you need to scale your application up or down, the price you pay will be amended to reflect this. Another main advantage of Azure is the integration it offers with other Microsoft tools and software. By integrating multiple platforms from the same provider, a common data model is used, resulting in a consistent user experience across the Microsoft platform. This is not a necessity, but surely an awesome bonus if you are a Microsoft user.  

Are you ready to start your journey with the cloud? 2W Tech is a technology solutions provider and Microsoft solutions provider with a team of IT Consultants that are experts with Microsoft Azure solutions. Give us a call today and let us help introduce you to the benefits the Microsoft Azure cloud can bring to your business. 

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