13 April 2023

Cloud Exchange Providers: Improving Enterprise Efficiency and Security

Posted by Briana from Telin on Apr 13, 2023 6:40:08 PM


Around holiday times, including the holy month of Ramadan for those who celebrate, certain types of connectivity tend to see a surge. Businesses are well advised to prepare, among others by taking a good look at their cloud computing.

The shift to cloud computing is becoming more evident, and for good reason. According to Gartner research, by 2025, over half of IT spending in application and infrastructure software, business process services, and system infrastructure categories will have migrated from traditional solutions to the public cloud. Almost two-thirds (65.9%) of spending on application software will be directed toward cloud technologies in 2025, up from 57.7% in 2022.

In a recent survey of 360 CIOs and IT leaders in the US and the UK who are cloud decision-makers, 82% of organizations are currently using a multi-cloud strategy, and 78% have workloads deployed in more than three public clouds.

The benefits of cloud computing are clear: scalability, reduced costs, and flexibility are just a few examples. However, as businesses expand their cloud infrastructure, connectivity, performance, and security issues have become a growing concern.


Common problems with cloud service

Managing multi-cloud environments is complex, and the three main problems when it comes to cloud adoption are availability, performance, and security. According to a report by Flexera, 32% of cloud spending is being used inefficiently. With an average of USD 6 Million yearly spending on cloud per enterprise (with more than 1000 employees), this inefficiency could cost enterprises around USD 1.9 Million. 

Businesses often rely on a public internet connection to reach the cloud, leading to patchy availability for business-critical cloud services due to congestion, failure, and security vulnerabilities. According to Coresite's research, 48% of users will uninstall or stop using an app that consistently performs poorly, highlighting the increased importance of optimizing performance. 


 Get a reliable cloud connection with Telin Cloud Exchange (TCX) 

Moving to the cloud is in theory a great idea, but in doing so it’s very important to make sure that you have a fast, consistent, and secure connection to the cloud.  A good cloud connectivity service such as Telin Cloud Exchange (TCX) can offer dependable connections to multiple cloud providers, eliminating the requirement for backbone connectivity for interconnection and providing bandwidth granularity to ensure that users of latency-sensitive applications enjoy a good experience. 

With TCX, you can benefit from increased performance, improved security, greater flexibility, reduced costs, and scalability. It offers a fast, secure, and reliable global connection between your network premises and your chosen cloud provider using a dedicated Ethernet fiber-optic cable. TCX is compatible with all Cloud Service Market Leaders such as AWS, GCP, Microsoft Azure, and Alicloud.

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Dedicated and reliable, Telin Cloud Exchange is the solution for your cloud connectivity needs. It can help your organization scale its cloud infrastructure more easily by providing direct connections to multiple cloud providers and enabling you to quickly provision additional resources. It ensures that your data is protected with a secure and private connection between your organization's infrastructure and cloud providers. With TCX, you can eliminate the need for a public internet connection to access cloud services, reducing your bandwidth costs and improving cost efficiency. 

In conclusion, the benefits of cloud computing are clear, but it's important to have a fast, consistent, and secure connection to the cloud as poor and insecure connections can compromise your data and negatively impact your productivity. Telin Cloud Exchange meets all these requirements and more, offering fast, secure, and reliable connectivity to the cloud. This closed connectivity service uses MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching), a data-carrying procedure that enables secure communication between network devices, to assist connectivity from your existing router to our Telin & Cloud Service Provider colocation.


Interested in finding out more?

Now that you know what to look for, let us know if you’d like to find out more about Telin Cloud Exchange’s advantages, and how we can help you move to the cloud. Simply shoot email us at marketing@telin.net and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to chatting with you!

Briana from Telin

Written by Briana from Telin

Briana is member of Telin Marketing Team, taking part in a lot of digital marketing aspects, experts in responding to your inquiry and assigning to the right Telin representative.