Why Cloud?

Times have changed. I can still remember my conversations with a friend a few years ago.

“Even with just 3 to 5 years of experience, a senior software engineer can deliver their products on the public cloud.”

“All on the public cloud?”

“You’re right.”

“No infrastructure needed at all?”

“Not at all.”

Nowadays, services can be provided even without a physical server, just like some people can sell chips without owning a semiconductor factory. This generation has gotten used to all kinds of SaaS platforms in their daily lives. When onboarding in a new working environment, people can start working immediately with their laptops and company email addresses, even without IT support. 

As the new way of cloud, the delivery has become the mainstream, even more so in the post-pandemic times as enterprises aim for digital transformation. Organizations no longer need to build on-premise physical infrastructure or purchase expensive hardware. The only thing we need now is a connection to the cloud and access to online services. This saves a lot of hardware expenses and management time.

If you wonder why SaaS has so much appeal to many, it is not only because it lowers the expenses but also because of the ease of management and accessibility. 

Usually, there are a few common questions to dictate if a company is flexible enough to keep up with the change brought by post-pandemic times:

  • What kind of SaaS applications are you using? Gmail, O365, Oracle Suite?
  • Do you have a public cloud environment?
  • Do you log in with Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)?

If you answer “no” to all of the above questions, are you confident that you’re able to meet the scaling and changing requirements of your business?

How Companies Increase Their Flexibility Is Important 

No matter IT resources, geographical factors, or staff support, we need to take many factors into account to take the business to the next level, such as scalability, performance, business objectives, migration requirements, timeline, and more.

Whether it’s data center infrastructure, hardware, software, or networks, Rahi has got you covered. 

Security Is Another Important Factor

If my data is stored and operated in a highly flexible environment, how can I ensure it’s safe?

How can I ensure my data is secure while implementing a hybrid cloud strategy?

How do I make sure my end device is safe?

Rahi can provide security assessments to help you understand your current environment and if there’s room for improvement. Rahi provides initial reviews for security. We monitor your network looking for malicious cyber activities for one month and deliver a threat intelligence briefing each week. We discuss security incidents seen on your network during our cyber threat assessment.

Considering The Cost of SaaS and Cloud Services

Enterprises also need to consider the cost of SaaS and cloud services. 

How can we save costs by utilizing services like Serverless, Autoscale, S3……?

How can we balance costs and efficiency while keeping on-premise infrastructure?

How can we maximize the cost savings by implementing the right hybrid environment?

Take storage solutions, for example. Rahi can help enterprises upgrade their outdated storage environment, preventing the repetition of data in the system. We can build a cost-effective, secure, easily accessible storage solution, meeting your performance requirements and scalability needs.

Rahi’s Global Service

After the trade war, many companies have moved their supply chains globally. 

With a global footprint across six continents, Rahi’s engineering and technical personnel can deploy quickly to complete projects worldwide. We also offer logistics services that include product assembly, packing, tracking, and security. This allows us to deliver multi-vendor IT solutions across geopolitical boundaries, providing local IT support as a one-stop solution provider.


Companies nowadays face many challenges and factors to consider, including the need for flexibility, data protection, and network security, IT costs, and globalization. Therefore, IT personnel cannot only focus on the products anymore. Instead, they also need to look at the bigger picture and pay attention to the planning and management of the entire IT environment. 

If the pandemic is like an earthquake, our rapidly increasing need for SaaS is like seismic waves and the question is: “will companies be able to ride these waves and adapt to the change of the altitude?”

Contact Rahi today and start riding these waves.