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Businesses today rely on a growing number of cloud applications, each requiring their own login credentials. Traditionally, IT would have to provision accounts within each application and users would have to remember their username and password for dozens of services.
The cloud provides businesses with a great deal of flexibility- making data accessible from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. Because of this flexibility, enterprise workloads are shifting to the cloud at a rapid rate. However, the cloud poses challenges for businesses who are used to managing user identity using on-premise systems like Windows Active Directory.
You’ve made your decision: your organization is moving to the cloud. But just when you think you’re finished making choices, you find yourself weighing the pros and cons of the two most popular cloud productivity platforms for work: Google’s G Suite and Microsoft’s Office 365. Both are excellent platforms for your enterprise, but don't you have to choose one or the other?
To make business operations leaner, more collaborative, and more efficient, businesses are opting to virtualize some of their services. This proves to be a competitive advantage - when you have a customized plan about which cloud services will benefit you and how to best migrate them.