New technologies inspire hope and fear more readily than things that have become commonplace. In a certain way, this is actually one of the benefits of cloud computing. Those businesses that are interested in it can still use it for revolutionary new purposes. However, it also leads to slower rates of adoption and and a wariness with regard to putting information on it that can be difficult to overcome.

No one has "fear" or "hope" surrounding an average trip in a car – they simply get in the car and go. Flying works the same way. Although many people experience a small amount of anxiety when they take their first, second or third flight, they gradually become humdrum and procedural. This is because they are no longer new – they are simply part of the background of existence. Cloud computing has the opportunity to let companies move to a completely new style of work.

Because cloud computing is so new to certain businesses and fields, we are already seeing significant changes in how it is used. As organizations begin to realize the benefits of various types of PaaS and SaaS architectures, they will wind up changing how they utilize the cloud. Many groups will likely use a combination of these different types of services in order to get the best results for their organization.

Utilizing a variety of these options is a good idea for companies that want to make sure that they are finding the most efficient routes of organizing their information. It is critical that those interested in moving to the cloud be willing to experiment with different forms of cloud computing in order to get the best possible service for their organizations. Fifty-nine percent of cloud workloads will be done through SaaS in the next couple of years, but this doesn't mean that organizations will stop using IaaS or PaaS. It just means that certain types of work are better done through SaaS.

Better security can lead to stronger use of the cloud
Much of the fear surrounding the cloud has to do with the worries companies have always had about electronic data. Unreliable storage, hard drive failures and the threat of online attacks from cyber criminals can lead organizations to abandon their hopes for better cloud storage. However, just because it is possible for information to be corrupted in the cloud doesn't mean that companies should simply assume that this will happen.

With proper precautions put in place to ensure the safety of data stored on the cloud, files can be just as safe there as they would be on any other type of platform. It's obvious that data breach protection should be the first priority for companies adopting the cloud, according to Cloud​ Tech News. But, once the proper precautions are in place, it can be an extremely important part of a company's workflow.

Like people boarding a plane for the first time, organizations can be afraid of the changes and turbulence that come from moving to the cloud. The initial period of adjustment to use primarily virtualized servers in order to get work done can be daunting. But taking off is the hardest part. Once a company begins to level out in terms of their use of cloud computing, they will find that their business can soar to new heights. Transmitting data more quickly inherently increases the speed and agility of a company – by investing in the cloud, organizations allow themselves to restructure their workflow so that employees are always in touch with each other.