Ease of use:- Businesses can put the applications they use everyday to the cloud. No bottlenecks or extensive code adjustments need apply. With a reliable Internet connection, all users can access data on the cloud.
Ease of access:- Users can work from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection, enabling collaboration across both local and global offices and boosting productivity.
Reduced physical clutter:- Cloud storage precludes the need to invest heavily in hard storage devices. However, it may be wise to backup data into a physical device in the event of an Internet outage or technical issues.
Cost savings:- Most cloud services have negligible costs, allowing businesses to allocate manpower and capital to other endeavors.
Reliability:-Because all data is hosted on the web, issues can be resolved quickly and with minimal impact on operations.
Less control:- Businesses essentially give third-party cloud hosting companies access to their data. If an issue crops up, they must contact the company, who may not be able to provide immediate support.
Limited functionality:- Cloud services vary in what they offer. Some providers may not provide the customization or support services a business needs, and those that do may charge more.