What’s the Big Fuss About With Cloud Computing?


Everyone from businesses with under 10 employees to the U.S. Department of Defense are throwing their hat into the cloud computing ring. While cloud based software is now a more prevalent technology than ever before, its true potential is lost on many people within affected industries. To understand what the big fuss is about, one must first understand that cloud technology has two basic possible uses, depending on company needs. These may be broken down as internal and external.

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Your Industry is Headed for the Cloud

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It’s no secret that cloud computing is the future for tech-based industries. The trend of web hosted software has been steadily on the rise for years. In 2018, companies are finding many uses, both internal and user-side, for cloud technology.

What about my industry?

Whether you’re a software distributer, a moving company, or a healthcare provider, people in your field have found uses for cloud computing that are beginning to cause a stir in the market. While some industries have already migrated at large to the cloud, some are only just beginning to adapt. The number one barrier of entry into the cloud market is the astronomical development costs associated with migrating on-premise to the cloud. That’s, of course, where we come in. Datamark Live sidesteps these problems by offering a virtually instantaneous solution via the power of desktop virtualization. Find out more here.

Converting to SaaS doesn’t need to mean overhauling your software

Converting your software to SaaS
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is now an inescapable trend in the software industry. On the user end, the convenience of web-based software has become a widespread expectation for consumers. For many businesses, it’s a necessity. On the software distributer’s end, SaaS is a bottomless goldmine of recurring revenue. But while the SaaS model allows for ongoing revenue to be made of a single sale, it also presents some major challenges for software companies with legacy programs that were not designed for the cloud.

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