Nobody said life in the cloud would be simple. We know of its benefits, such as high availability, flexibility and cost savings, but cloud computing brings with it several flats that can become real headaches. The adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) can signifar simplified management and cost savings but some pros warn potential customers to know what else is in addition to the benefits.
Sean McDermott, CEO of Windward IT Solutions, has seen some of the headaches generated by integrating internal applications and data. "There is an expectation that the move to a SaaS-based solution will solve all the problems of the company and they are surprised when they see the bill."
But not only that, other experts say that if a company does not manage your accounts data will be in shock. IT costs not just from cloud computing services, the trend in modern business as BYOD (Abbreviation: Bring-your-own-device) also has a high cost. Many companies pay their employees with data for iPhone. The iPhone 5 consumes data faster than other 3G devices. You thought that the only impact of the iPhone 5 was the price?
But not everything can be negative. No need to "tearing his hair out" when it comes to cloud computing. Some people are finding new ways to save time, money and headaches. CloudPhysics is an analytical tool, still in beta, which offers some IT professionals a simple way to aggregate and analyze complex information.