Cloud Computing and Startups!

StartUp City | Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Startups are leveraging the many benefits and benefits of the AWS cloud to realize and scale their ideas quickly. Security is safe as we know it is the foundation of services and infrastructure, not something we think about later.

Cloud computing has changed the way businesses operate, particularly for startups. Unfortunately, finding non-cloud-native startups is becoming more and more difficult. However, most people pick to use cloud infrastructure from the start. Thanks to a secure and flexible cloud infrastructure, companies like Airbnb, Monzo, and Lyft have rapidly grown and innovated.

Startups address the cloud, and more importantly, cybersecurity, differently than large, well-established organizations struggling to integrate new characteristics with legacy systems.

Startups leverage the numerous advantages and benefits of the AWS cloud to realize and scale their ideas quickly. Security is safe as we know it is the foundation of services and infrastructure, not something we think about later.

Smarter Investment

When starting a business, controlling burning rates is crucial in a startup's journey to find suitability in the product market. As a result, making an investment that maximizes value and returns on investment (ROI) is critical. This approach allows startups to avoid large upfront infrastructure investments and manage IT at a lower price.

Low cost, however, does not imply common functionality. Conversely, cloud-based startups have access to the same services and features as their biggest enterprise or government customers. Moreover, this investment entails assembling an entire security team to meet the security and compliance requirements of the most risk-averse organizations.

This allows one to compete on an equal playing field, innovate quickly, and bring products to market with the confidence that one's company is running safely in today's most flexible and secure cloud computing environment. This is notably true in highly regulated industries like finance, healthcare, and life sciences.

Safety

Startups of all sizes should prioritize security. Security breaches can damage startups by harming their reputation, customer base, and the large organizations they work with. As per a recent report, cyber-attacks in Europe have increased by 235 percent in the last year, so startups must build security from the ground up to avoid becoming a weakness in their supply chain.

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