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Five Reasons to Move SAP to the Cloud

Public cloud is a leading platform to run mission-critical applications like as SAP with large enterprise businesses worldwide. It is not a matter of if...


Five Reasons to Move SAP to the Cloud | HiTechNectar
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SAP is the heart of your organization’s data store. When you move your SAP workloads to the cloud, all your data- from traditional databases and apps to data streaming from IoT sensors and devices-comes together. You’ll quickly gain new insights through big data analytics and easily use machine learning, cognitive services, and business intelligence (BI) to take intelligent action- empowering your teams to make better decisions while bots and automated systems help make them more productive.

Public cloud is a leading platform to run mission-critical applications with large enterprise businesses worldwide. Now, it is not a matter of if you are taking your SAP to the public cloud, but when- and more so, how you are going to go about that!

When your whole business depends on your SAP solution, it must be available, secure, and compliant with the government and industry standards that apply to your business. Moving your workloads to the cloud can remove the burden of providing enterprise-grade security and privacy protection for on-premises solutions. You can also gain high-performance global coverage, along with economical high availability, backup, and disaster recovery services to protect your investment.

Moving your SAP solution to the cloud can make you more agile. The cloud lets you add new resources on demand, so you can scale up or scale down as your business needs change. As quickly as you think of a new idea, you can deploy the infrastructure to support it, incorporate new technologies to make it happen, and test a prototype- all before you could get the on-premises hardware that you’d need ordered and delivered.

You save money by moving your SAP workloads to the cloud. First, you can save by taking non-production systems offline when they’re not being used, scaling up and scaling down your usage based on need, and using more economical cloud storage options for archiving. You also save by reducing the overhead of staffing and running your on-premises datacenter.

Browse through the entire resource to know how to make the most of your SAP investment by moving to the cloud.


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