Today's business environment adapts to changes and new developments; however, does not give priority to genuinely progressive concepts. There is a gradual implementation of any concept soon after realizing its benefits. Cloud is a fitting specimen of this, with technology extensively existing for over a decade before its benefits really become widely recognized and comprehended.

The magic of Cloud even grabs attention of Indian companies, which otherwise have been running IT processes using the traditional desktop software and hardware, resulting into increase in IT expenses. With the changing landscape, Indian companies seem to favor the concept of bringing resiliency through cloud for better IT resource management.

The Cloud Is Now a Rage in India                                     

Businesses prefer a single point of contact that can cater all their needs for the sake of convenience. Cloud offers 'as-a-service' model that is proven to bring agility to physical infrastructure, thereby leading to cost-effective solutions for everyone.

This innovative technology has transformed IT infrastructure into a cutting-edge business application capable of rapid resource allocation during times of high demand, as well as resource de-allocation as demand declines.

If Gartner's research studies are to be believed, consumption of cloud services in India is on  rise, with their prices significantly lower, hence, can substantially slash the company's IT expenses.  

Where Does 'Cloud' Go from Here On

It is reasonable to assume that cloud adoption enables organizations to drive innovation and optimization, to reduce risks and costs, and to gain greater enterprise agility. In fact, migrating to Cloud can enable enterprises to use shared compute and storage resources over creating and managing own infrastructure. It helps organizations to focus on their core operations. Going forward, it is likely that companies also realize manifold scalable options available with cloud computing, which can significantly lower their operational costs under a specialized network infrastructure. As Cloud gets more popular, the market will become more competitive, driving the cost of IT resource management down.