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Things You Should Know about Cloud Integration

 

There are a number of reasons why companies should shift to the cloud. One of the most important is connecting employees through several devices they are comfortable working with.

According to experts and industry analysts, Cloud Integration is a seemingly confusing technology, especially among users. Apparently, it contains the highest number of confusing elements that make it interesting and beneficial. Here are other things you did now know about Cloud Integration but you wish you do.

Long term benefits outweigh inital cost of integration

Cloud integration can become very expensive. There are simply too many systems to take into account but when done the right way cloud integration can benefit companies in the long term. Apps and personnel would be able to access their needed resources and run from a singular accessible location which will make things faster and much more efficient.

With cloud integration it makes it easy for apps and personnel to share, process, and analyze data thus saving the company time and resources.

This means that users will have a much better and faster experience and so will developers.

Integration needs

Your integration needs might not be as different when compared with others. Yes, there will be differences but when you really think about it and list your overall needs there will be solutions that will fot your needs.

It is easy to assume that your needs may be different but at the end of the day you simply want you and your users a much easier time when using your apps and data and cloud integration can solve this.

Most integration tools are customizable and will provide your business similar benefits.

Cloud integration and data

Cloud integration is not just about moving data around. Although it is easy to misinterpret this and undervalue your benefits at first glance but the cloud is mich more than that.

A good platform includes fast and secure data connection and not require a lot of configuration to make it run at 100%. When you have full and easy access to your data that’s where you can fully leverage cloud integration.

Hybrid clouds

It is a common misconception that you cannot have a hybrid solution. There may be times where you need data in the cloud and some like sensitive data to be in a secure location. So if your company is dealing with a lot of sensitive data then it is possible to go the hybrid route.

Cloud integration can sometimes get tricky but the bottom line is to better the user experience. Having your data in one place instead of separate silos can create a significant impact in how you and your users access your apps and data.

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Charlie Alsmiller

Throughout his career, Charlie Alsmiller has focused on customer problems in difficult industries such as Energy and Telecommunications. Prior to starting Appterra in 2005, Alsmiller was VP of Global Operations for Allegro Development, a leading provider of software for the energy sector. He has also served as president of OmniSpace Technologies, a leading SaaS provider that he founded in 1999. He spent over 10 years in the consulting world with Price Waterhouse and Deloitte Consulting, where he participated in a wide variety of projects for very high profile clients. Mr. Alsmiller holds a BBA from Baylor University in Management and Information Systems and a MBA from the University of Dallas in International Business. Specialties: Technology ventures, Enterprise Software, Contract Negotiation, International Operations, Private Equity, Product Management, Strategic Alliances, Software Implementation, Software Development

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