Best Practices for Managed Cloud Services in Accounting
October 13, 2017
The statistics from Gartner tell us that cloud migrations of data from large enterprise organizations will continue to increase through 2020. By that time 36% of all financial enterprise organizations will have moved their data to the cloud.
This number includes financial and accounting firms of all sizes.
Once your organization has made the decision to migrate critical business functions to the cloud, what steps are necessary to manage the process?
This post explores some tips for easing CPA firms into managed cloud service. What do you need to know before migrating crucial services from on-premise to the cloud?
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Easing the Migration to Cloud Computing
There are roughly seven key task categories that will help your organization shift workflows and data into the cloud:
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Who Can Help with Managed Cloud Services?
If this sounds like a lot of work for your IT team to handle, you are correct. That’s where a managed cloud services provider could help your organization. Managed cloud services leverage a team of IT experts who have completed these data migrations with other companies. They have the experience that your existing IT team typically does not have, along with the extra engineers needed to help you accomplish successful migration to the cloud. After the migration, the managed cloud service provider can also stay on to help monitor your new network functions in the cloud.
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