10 Must-Know Cloud Computing Facts of 2020

In 2020, the cloud has something for every kind of modern employee. For the accident prone, there's cloud continuity and data backup. For the collaborator on the go, cloud-based identity management keeps information secure in transit. From energy efficiency to industry compliance, AI to Machine Learning, it's no surprise that the public cloud market is expected to reach $623.3 billion over the next three years.

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Leveraging the Public Cloud: Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure has been a leader in the public cloud space for years, both for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Storage Services and Application Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). It now accounts for much of Microsoft's largest business segment, and is changing standards for user experience, cloud customization, and regulatory compliance. The flexible platform offers a wide range of usage-based migration services across applications, compute, storage, and network - so SMBs get the best ROI on a limited budget. The Pros and Cons of Microsoft Azure Infographic

Enterprise Cloud Security for SMBs

A strong security practice has always been central to Azure's success. Azure provides simple, easily implemented tools such as multi-factor authentication and application password requirements. It offers threat detection for suspicious user behavior, DDoS protection against malicious traffic, and Azure AD for Single-Sign-On and identity management. Greater investment in AI, Machine Learning, and Advanced Analytics work to further this cybersecurity practice and stay ahead in today's threat landscape.

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Migrating Your Business to the Cloud

Transitioning to a public cloud platform, or leveraging cloud solutions, doesn't have to be an uphill battle. iCorps can help your business craft a strategic roadmap, ensuring continuity and stakeholder engagement. Our consultants can assist you in outlining:

  • Key organizational goals

  • Disaster recovery requirements

  • Workload or application identification and classification

  • Infrastructure, hardware, storage, facility, and maintenance costs


If your ready to upgrade your IT infrastructure with cloud resources, reach out to iCorps for a free IT consultation.

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