7 main benefits of cloud computing for businesses

The transfer between the old system and the new system is completely out of the general progress. Businesses that do not keep up will face the risk of being eliminated.

We live in a booming era of internet, where information is transmitted unlimitedly at anytime, anywhere. One of the trends that many IT professionals and businesses mention is now "cloud computing". While facing many concerns, cloud computing is growing faster and more powerful than ever.

Simply put, cloud computing is the internet. Traditional computing forces users to run programs through a server or a personal computer that is located in close proximity, such as in the same building. With cloud computing, all activities happen in the 'cloud', ie the internet.

The popularity of cloud computing is increasing at a dizzying pace, radically changing the way businesses do business. In a recent survey of more than 1800 IT professionals, the results showed that the need to apply cloud computing when setting up new applications and services accounted for 52%.

The need to transfer traditional computing to the new system between small and large enterprises is equal, and there is also a tendency to increase strongly in small and medium enterprises due to the ability to save the cost of cloud computing.

Of course, it is impossible not to mention concerns regarding the reliability and security of products or services offered through cloud computing. However, cloud computing is constantly evolving, accompanied by a strong reduction in prices, making competition among businesses more and more intense.


Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular with amazing speed. The transfer between the old system and the new system is completely out of the general progress. Businesses that do not keep up with the flow will face the risk of being eliminated. So, what are the main benefits of cloud computing for businesses?

1. Cost savings

With cloud computing, businesses can minimize or completely reduce initial investment because there is no need for on-premise  data centers (no server installation, hardware, software, equipment depreciation, etc...). In addition, the power used in server operation and cooling also decreases, contributing to increased environmental friendliness.

By minimizing capital investment, requiring no installation and maintenance of on-premise data centers, costs can be used for other projects and businesses will also have more time to focus on main business activities.

2. Instant access anytime, anywhere

Data is easily stored, downloaded, restored, or processed with just a few clicks. Users can access the account on the go, 24/7, via any device, anywhere in the world as long as you are still connected to the internet. Above all, all updates are done automatically, thus saving a lot of time and effort to maintain the system, significantly reducing the workload for the IT team.

3. Endless transformability

The applications of cloud computing are extremely rich. They are often classified by features and belong to one of the following three types of services:

- Software as a service (SaaS)

- Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

- Platform as a service (PaaS)

Users can also optionally create a private, public or hybrid cloud model, or an option to determine the location of your virtual data center. Cloud computing brings countless applications, endless changes depending on the budget of the business.


4. Adaptability

In addition to endless metamorphosis, cloud computing can also adapt to any change. For example, businesses can choose to increase the amount of user supported from 2,000 to 10,000 people a day during the Christmas promotion.

In another example, businesses are completely free to switch from private networks to integrated networks, or temporarily expand storage capacity. Cloud computing can do everything smoothly, meeting all the needs.

5. Sustainable cooperation, no disturbance

A common occurrence is that you are disoriented while tracking a project. The reason is because after many times sending files back and forth, the discussion becomes messy, the files have gone through so many revisions that no one recognizes which one is the finished product.

With cloud computing, files are stored centrally and consistently, accessible anywhere, creating a virtual space where people directly discuss, share a file and get feedback instantly. This solution improves productivity significantly, minimizes trouble, increases customer satisfaction, and much more.

6. Data security

As mentioned above, one of the concerns when using cloud computing is information security. Service providers must always ensure that the security system is updated continuously and at the same time with all new features through rigorous testing. All activities in the cloud will be monitored and controlled regularly by third parties to ensure that safety standards are met.

7. Outstanding with modern trends

The impact of cloud computing is on the rise and there are no signs of ending. Notably, both small and medium enterprises and multinational enterprises have demand to use and transfer to cloud computing.

With amazing advantages mentioned above, using cloud computing will help promote your company beyond those who are still heavily dependent on the traditional type.


By: Quinn Abram