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The unexpected COVID-19 pandemic has driven the adoption of the cloud more than ever anticipated. However, as more businesses look into transitioning to a digital space, the future of the cloud seems even brighter. However, even as more businesses look forward to moving their operations to the cloud, one must know that migrating is just a single step towards the digitization journey. To increase the benefits of cloud migration, companies must approach their cloud strategies carefully and holistically and with a focus on the future.

Here are some tips on getting the most from your cloud computing resources.

  1. Leverage cloud managed services

Many businesses appreciate cloud adoption as a game-changer. However, they find themselves overwhelmed by the potential of this technology, especially if there is no prior experience with it. It is difficult to think about changing how they operate and train or hire new staff to cope with the fast-changing technology. With such problems, cloud-managed services can be a boon. By outsourcing these services to experienced cloud service providers, businesses can take advantage of the expertise of certified experts to optimize their cloud usage without breaking the bank. The flexibility of the cloud services will make it more feasible than in-house teams.

  1. Ensure the capacity of the cloud matches your needs

The flexibility of the cloud is one of the things that makes it good for any business. However, you must ensure that you are using the right capacity that fits well into your business. Using excess capacity than you need could cost you more unnecessarily. Remove things you do not want to migrate to the cloud and make sure the capacity you request matches your current needs. Doing this can help save money.

  1. Implement responsive design cloud applications to accommodate mobile users

Smartphones are used almost everywhere today. For example, in the US, a survey by Pew Research Center indicates that more than 75% of the population has a smartphone. Cloud applications work on both platforms and allow people to connect with customers regardless of the platform. With the increase in the number of mobile users, consider using a responsive design cloud application so that you can reach the audience. Furthermore, ensure your webpage designs have flexible layouts that detect the screen size of the customer as well as the orientation in real-time. This should be the same case for web pages.

  1. Blend customer-facing apps in the cloud

Unlike the traditional software, cloud software applications allow interfacing through the APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). The APIs allow applications to communicate with each other. The communications mean that your applications can be blended like never before so that you can get insights and create compelling customer value propositions as fast as possible.

  1. Offload heavy tasks to the cloud

The business environment is fast becoming a preserve for those who can quickly deliver products and services to the customer. Tasks that once took days can now take hours or minutes to be carried out, and real-time is now a new standard. However, this cannot be the case if data is not stored and processed fast enough. The massive amount of data must be processed fast to provide a real-time response to the customers. This cannot be achieved without high computing power. A computing power that is cheap and meets the requirements of the business can only be attained by seeking cloud services from cloud service providers like Amazon, Google and Microsoft. The cloud has the potential to quickly process large amounts of unstructured data, which enables companies to offer services with ease.

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