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Q1.What is Cloud Management and what are the goals any organization can achieve with it?

Cloud management refers to managing public, private, or hybrid cloud infrastructure resources and services. A well-designed cloud management strategy can help IT pros control those dynamic and scalable computing environments.

The three goals companies can achieve with cloud management are:

  • Self Service
  • Workflow Automation
  • Cloud Analysis
Q2.What is Cloud Governance and Compliance?

In recent years, cloud vendors have struggled with regulations to tell us how to use personal data. So, cloud governance is a set of rules that operate in a cloud environment by the businesses to enhance data security, manage risks, and keep things running smoothly. Cloud compliance is the science of complying with regulatory standards of cloud usage in accordance with industry guidelines and local, national, and international laws.

Q3.What types of applications can run in the cloud?

You can any application in the cloud, but it's not always a good idea. Regulatory and compliance concerns prevent enterprises from putting certain applications in the Cloud, particularly those involving sensitive customer data.

The top applications to run in the cloud can be IT management, collaboration, personal and business applications, application development and deployment, and server and storage capacity.

Q4.How do I Know if Cloud is right for my business?

Firstly, you need to evaluate if Cloud is right for you from a strategic and operational perspective.

Next thing is to evaluate your current IT setup to understand the benefits of moving to the Cloud, especially in the following areas:

  • Service: What is the need for security, reliability, and flexibility for your business? Is the current solution meeting your business needs or does your business need some improvement?
  • Technology: How many business uses are there? Do your employees need remote access?
  • Cost: Is your on-premises solution cost satisfying?
  • Ease of Migration: What was your last invest in significant capital expenditure?
Q5.How much I can save by using cloud computing services?

The basic rule of thumb complies that we can expect to save 20%-80% of the cost by moving your on-premise application over the Cloud.

Q6.Why the business needs a managed service provider?

Cost savings, robust infrastructure, simplification of complex problems, disaster management, and data recovery, get better response time, round-the-clock management, a centralized network for managing all servers and applications deployed on them.

Q7.What is NetSuite SuiteGL?

With breakthrough capabilities for the general ledger component of NetSuite cloud ERP, SuiteGL addresses the needs of finance teams. From small and mid-sized companies to Fortune 500 multinational organizations, SuiteGL gives finance departments more flexibility in their ERP accounting software. SuiteGL enables NetSuite customers and NetSuite Solution Provider to transform the general ledger from a static subsystem into a dynamic business asset. Specific business requirements and changing conditions make it more adaptable. SuiteGL helps businesses refine their business processes, improve efficiency and enrich reporting.

Q8.Why NetSuite Integration with Vast Edge?

Are you struggling with real-time visibility of customer data to provide a wow customer experience? Is your business lacking the self-service portals to enhance business collaborations? If yes, then you must integrate your unified cloud ERP software with on-premises back-end applications to make the best use of NetSuite ERP with Vast Edge. Vast Edge is a leading NetSuite SuiteLife partner, a global Oracle gold partner, Cloud Select, MSP, and velocity designations. Being an existing Netsuite global partner, Vast Edge understands the shortcomings of siloed data in the system, therefore intends to optimize the NetSuite practice in the cloud industry and amplify its customer's growth.

Netsuite integration empowers the enterprises to access customer information through a single record, automates the business processes, lowers the operational cost, and eliminates the data overlapping and discrepancy.

Q9.Do I need ERP?

Here are the indications that you need ERP now:

  • Failing to get accurate information for decision making
  • Lost or corrupted data
  • Using manual and multiple systems for the same task
  • Having to store the same data into more than one system
Q10.What are challenges to cloud migration?

The main challenges of migrating database to the cloud:

  • Selecting the Right Data Storage Options
  • Connecting Old Data with New Cloud Applications
  • Adapting Personnel, People, and Processes to Cloud Systems
  • Time and Cost of Migration
  • Security and Compliance Adjustments
  • The Need for New IT Talent

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