Cloud technology has revolutionized all industries and companies have no choice but to adapt or perish. Cloud eliminates the cost of all your hardware and software at one shot. You can simply subscribe to a service provider and access all the computing, network and processing power your business needs.

Many types of business models are prevalent in today’s world. Some companies have moved their business completely on the cloud, some are using hybrid methodologies and few are still stuck in their premises. But the transition to cloud is not easy; lot of planning and evaluation is needed to move your business into the cloud, sometimes, you need to move application by application. There are concerns about security as well, but service providers and their partners are making sure that these issues are not a hindrance to cloud adoption.

Mind OnDemand handholds you into these transitions that you need to make eventually. We provide the people, the experts who have done it all for other corporate. We will guide you through the technologies that need to be evaluated and implemented. We provide project management assistance and technical support to make this happen. We also ensure that all our implementations meet with the necessary security regulatory guidelines so your business is protected.

Gartner Observations -Key Findings

• Cloud computing supports innovation; however, its low barrier to entry and ungoverned cloud computing usage is causing future operational, compliance, security and cost issues.

• Some large enterprises are building private clouds that encompass their entire IT infrastructures; however, they aren't necessarily getting a good ROI.

• Cloud computing is promoted as a way to save money, but this isn't always the case.


• Identify common commodity, standard services (which frequently scale up/scale down) that can take advantage of cloud computing to reduce costs.

• Target cloud computing (especially on-premises private clouds) for high-value services that require agility, and expand in an evolutionary way that keeps long-term cloud interoperability in mind.

• Create processes and a DevOps culture that encourage dynamic development, without abandoning necessary operational checks and controls.

• Build cloud strategies that examine multiple ways to use cloud computing to drive benefits — from innovation and top-line growth, to internal renovation and cost savings — and help the bottom line.