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Microsoft SharePoint has grown into a billions-of-dollars-a-year sort of business that increases its market share in the double-digit range each year. Not to put too fine a point on it: SharePoint is a beast in its space. Companies are adopting it worldwide to centralize knowledge, increase collaboration, develop applications on top of it and realize actionable intelligence about their overall business health.
The benefits of incorporating the cloud into your SharePoint deployment are well known – decreased management responsibilities for your IT team, increased flexibility in terms of scalability, infrastructure disaster recovery, and more cost-effective licensing models are some of the many positives to be incurred through such a move.
The options for bringing your SharePoint to the cloud are many, including Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Managed Services. How you decide to optimize SharePoint will depend on your current needs. Whether it is on-premises, online, or a hybrid combination of the two, you have plenty of options to consider.
SaaS can be described as software available on demand when you subscribe to a cloud service. It’s much like renting software rather than buying it. This differs from traditional method of using software, which is to buy the package and install it on your computer.
No extra hardware or setup costs because the cloud service provider supplies the computing power to run the applications.
You pay for what you use and subscriptions to the service can normally be cancelled at any time.
Your usage is scalable, so if you want to add more users or applications, you can provision them on demand.
Updates are automated in the cloud, so you can be sure that you are able to use the latest version of all applications.
It is accessible from any location via an internet connection.
It is compatible with a range of devices including computers and internet-enabled phones or tablets.
Another benefit of moving to SaaS is the ability to access the newest features more quickly than those strictly on-premises.
Since the SaaS is hosted centrally, customers can access the updates faster than those on-premises, with no new software to install. This will ensure your SharePoint is always up to date with the newest releases and patches as soon as they are available.
Cinnects will handle things like Complete solution upgrades, SharePoint & ERP Server updates, server crashes, and rebuilds, removing this responsibility from your organization’s IT team, freeing them up to focus on other necessary tasks.
Gartner Research predicts that 50 percent of Global 1000 companies will store customer-sensitive data in the public cloud by 2016, so it’s a sure bet that IT teams everywhere are already planning for a move from their on-premises SharePoint environments to some sort of cloud model.
This is one of the biggest sticking points for companies that are considering SaaS. Security is an important consideration when allowing someone else to maintain your business-critical data, especially for companies with large data sets. However, with online banking and online payroll systems becoming the norm today, the security issue seems to be a bit of a red herring. Few things are more important than our bank accounts, yet most of us are comfortable with putting this information in the cloud.
In truth, data security is independent of whether the server is sitting right next to you or in a different city. Apples to apples, SaaS vendors are actually able to invest much more in security, backups and maintenance than any small to medium enterprise. For this reason, a web-based system typically has more security measures in place than an on-premise system. Furthermore, most SaaS vendors undergo stringent security procedures of SAS70 Type II audits that test the data centre’s level of security. And chances are an individual IT department within may not hold themselves to the same standards.
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