Cloud computing has gone from being a popular trend over the past two to three years to becoming an essential need for many companies. Defined in the simplest way, cloud computing involves providing IT resources, applications, and data centers over the Internet, with fees based on usage.
The advantages of cloud computing are clear, including a significant reduction in internal IT administration efforts, the elimination of investment costs for server hardware, and most importantly, the ability to adapt IT systems quickly to suit current business needs–these are just a few examples of the many benefits of cloud computing.
However, these new possibilities also place responsibility on software providers like Comosoft to deliver systems like LAGO in the cloud. This requires careful attention to detail, as there is an expectation that cloud-hosted systems perform on par with their on-premise counterparts, while also meeting rigorous cybersecurity standards.
To ensure that LAGO is ready for cloud computing, we have subjected it to various penetration tests over the last few months, identifying and fixing any vulnerabilities, replacing libraries, and closing software gaps. The end result is that LAGO is ready for deployment to any cloud provider.
Along with security updates, LAGO 5.22 introduces several new features and improvements. Please review the release notes and feel free to reach out to your Comosoft contact if you have any questions about specific features or functions.