AWS Cloud: How it Benefits Businesses

  1. Agility: Decidedly one of the biggest advantages of AWS cloud computing is the agility businesses gain. The service empowers clients with a wide range of tools and functionalities such as elastic load balancing, scaling, etc. It also offers companies access to top-level databases including Elasticache, Redshift, and RDS among others.
  2. Improved security: A key advantage offered by the AWS suite is the security; Amazon has collaborated with a world of ace companies to ensure the highest levels of security. It also is in complete compliance with the stringent regulations implemented by authorities for data security. No wonder why even the bigwigs such as Dow Jones, Nasdaq, etc. trust AWS.
  3. Better disaster recovery: Ask any IT professional and they will tell you that disaster recovery is a critical part of any organization. Why? Because how else are you supposed to protect all your data and documents in case of an issue that may pose a grave threat to all the data and such. Now some may propose a physical location for the backup but imagine the risks it faces. The better option here is AWS which helps companies back up their data online. This process is automated thus further easing the process.
  4. Mobility: Yet another compelling benefit of the AWS suite of offerings, especially in this day and age where mobility is a critical part of ensuring high levels of productivity as well as success. Such mobility, in turn, is also vital for companies in their ability to access a global pool of talent: thanks to the ability to ensure remote work setup, it is now possible for companies to hire experts and highly skilled professionals from across the globe, ensure continuity of business in case of lockdowns, and empower employees and teams to work even while traveling.
  5. Increased access to modern tools: Ever since Amazon Web Services first arrived on the scene, the nifty offering from the stables of the corporate behemoth has done a terrific job of quickly expanding its portfolio of tools and services. One does not only gain run-of-the-mill cloud computing services but also can access avant-garde services such as the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, data analytics, artificial intelligence, mixed reality solutions, etc. One can access a wide variety of offerings for software, database, networking, and analytics.

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A professional and security-oriented programmer having more than 6 years of experience in designing, implementing, testing and supporting mobile apps developed.

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A professional and security-oriented programmer having more than 6 years of experience in designing, implementing, testing and supporting mobile apps developed.

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