There are numerous reasons as to why migrating to Oracle Cloud could enhance and better your business. If you find yourself facing any of the following issues, you have a business case to migrate into Oracle Cloud.
These are the most common issues that businesses face on a regular basis. Migrating to Oracle Cloud can help resolve these problems.
There are numerous reasons as to why business migrate to Oracle Cloud, the list below highlights the main reasons why:
Migrating to Cloud can help reduce costs, such as: lower infrastructure costs, resource costs and start-up costs. Cloud also gives you the scalability factor. A Cloud environment is incredibly flexible, in terms of storage and costs, and this gives you scalability as you can expand your cloud around your business needs.
Migrating to Cloud also reduces a level of risk due to data security options and disaster recovery. Security is therefore enhanced on the Cloud as there is controlled access which restricts access to your data, this can also cause less human error. Downtime can also be reduced if not eliminated completely when migrating to Cloud, due to the fact that Cloud Servers can adapt to your business needs if there is an influx of activity the servers can expand rapidly to prevent any crashes.
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