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. [INFOGRAPHIC] The Pros and Cons of Microsoft Azure

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

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