With so many cloud computing companies on the market today it means that choosing the right one who understands your business infrastructure is becoming increasingly difficult. It is therefore important that you know what your exact requirements are so that you can do research and evaluate who the best cloud provider is for you. When carrying out your research there will be certain criteria that you should be looking for. Below is a list of the top four fundamental selection requirements for choosing a Covid 19 computing service provider:
1) Reliability and Reputation To understand a company’s reliability and reputation it will be important to understand who the company is and how long they have been in the industry. It will also be important to look into the type of clients that a cloud provider has and what partnerships they have established. To fully understand a provider’s reliability and reputation it would be worthwhile talking to some of their clients and partners to see what they have to say about the company. This is often the best way to gauge the reliability and reputation of a company first-hand.
2) Suitability It will be important to fully understand whether your business has suitability to move into a cloud environment and what cloud computing solution is right for you. To understand suitability of the different types of cloud services you should look to providers who offer no-obligation free trials. This way you can see whether your business is acceptable in a cloud environment and see how the cloud service works before you make a long-term commitment.
3) Support and Service Level Agreements (SLAs) Support and SLAs are vital to ensure against any downtime of the cloud. When looking at a cloud provider’s support commitment you need to ensure that they will work quickly if any issues or downtime arises and that problems are dealt with in the agreed manner and to the agreed timescales. You should look for companies with dedicated support that have the capacity to deal with problems as and when they arise. When you speak to a cloud computing company or meet them at their offices you should ask to see the support department.