Why Migrate Your PGP to the Cloud?
Making the decision to move a legacy PGP to the cloud is an important business decision – and a good one. PGP is resource-intensive, CPU specifically, and hosting this system in-house requires dedicated software installed on every work station as well as the IT resources to maintain. And with nimble fintechs snapping at your heels, you can’t afford to keep using an email system designed for the 90s.
… to the cloud is not only possible – it can be a smooth transition with the right dedicated partner. If your IT team is too overwhelmed to take on this task, look for a service provider who offers bulk key transfer and certificate management. This service provider should also take care of any additional training or software installation on your end. The point is to be as smooth a transition as possible – without your customers noticing a difference.
By moving your PGP to the cloud, you also can gain the benefit of additional secure delivery methods, like web portal encryption or attachment-only encryption. And you also might have more flexibility in terms of branding and languages. This means better service for your customers, less stress on your staff and less room for error with more flexibility.
It’s that simple.