When it comes to enhanced flexibility, high level of scalability and auto updates, the first and foremost solution that comes to our mind is Cloud Computing. It is an evolutionary IT service delivery model, a 21st century version of time and resource sharing archetype with a host of commercial, technological and presentation upgrades.

There are numerous factors like lack of capital investment, utility/ commodity pricing, lack of security, elastic capacity and financial assurances around charging methodologies that are incubating business leaders towards rampant cloud technology acceptance. However, there is another group of executives who are concerned about the perspective of security, resilience, service levels and lock-in, and they are challenging this emerging technology.           

IT departments have spent considerable time, efforts and cost in bringing the evolution to become a business-focused IT service delivery pioneer. Security concerns in multi- tenant public cloud architecture have been raised by a number of business experts. 

Apart from these security concerns, there are many other issues troubling the mind of business leaders.

Apart from this, the other most common concern with existing delivery models and suppliers is the long-term policy of lock-in. It is clear that moving forward with the cutting edge Cloud technology, CIO's of the leading service provider companies  are going to manage the  different expectations of the two different user-based communities. 

These risks and concerns about cloud are only the radar of certain companies and individuals. If they will continue to proceed with such kind of perceptions, they will unable to evolve and support the new smart world. 

THE BOTTOMLINE:  It is clear from the aforementioned points and today's economic scenario that cloud hosting providers need to practice revolutionary approach to augment their performance graph rather than being tied with conventional approach.