Cloud enablement comes with many promising advantages for businesses, including improved accessibility, lowered costs, scalability, and high innovation speeds.
Cloud Enablement is a fairly new concept that means analyzing an organization’s existing landscape, then creating, deploying, and operating a part of or the entire in-house IT infrastructure and resources to either a private, public, or hybrid cloud environment.
Enhanced security is another encouraging aspect of Cloud Enablement.
Firms can scale up operations and cater to market needs much faster than before, after switching to Cloud Enablement.
Enterprises viewed the public cloud as a secure option.
60.9% of applications workloads were still in enterprise data centers in 2019, which dropped to 46.2% in 2020.