Cloud computing has developed greatly since being created in the 1960s by computer scientist, John McCarthy. It was predicted to become the next big trend in software and is now changing the way organisations store, manage and analyse their data.
However, it wasn’t until the early 2000s that there was mass adoption of cloud computing. This was due to the bandwidth of the internet, the cost of computing, and companies’ dedication to Application Service Providers (ASP). With the advancements in technology, Salesforce.com released their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform, and soon ASP was unable to live up to the benefits of cloud solution providers.
These benefits include:
- Low Costs
- Easy deployment
- Cheaper upgrades
- No need for physical presence and storage of servers
There are a variety of industries and solution areas covered by cloud computing, such as solutions for HR, finance teams, sales, developers and project management. Companies such as ManageEngine specialise in the management and protection of cloud and on-premises solutions, whether businesses are working solely in the cloud or in a hybrid environment.
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