Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. We used SSDs in my department to (i) boost old PCs to extend their lifespans (ii) doing so as part of a program to phase out Windows 7 as it neared its EoL. Cloud storage helped any issues with lack of "space": desktops synced with OneDrive or iCloud. That's also a good thing in the event of loss of theft or even employees hoarding knowledge. I'm all for transparency and sharing, unless there's some sensitive stuff involved. Not a good buy due to slow I/O.