The term ‘cloud computing’ is one of the most prevalent buzzwords used in the IT world today. Despite the seemingly obvious benefits of a cloud environment, there are a considerable amount of factors to determine whether ‘moving to the cloud’ is an appropriate fit for your organization. Our cloud technology experts weigh the benefits and identify the limitations a cloud environment may present to your organization. We help navigate through the buzzwords and provide the pertinent information needed to determine the logical solution, whether it’s a cloud, traditional on premise, or hybrid based solution.
Lower Up front Capital Expenses & Improve Scalability
The days of on premise hardware management are quickly disappearing, making room for much more agile cloud based environments. The transition is in part due to the increased functionality and mobility of cloud based solutions, as well as the tremendous costs savings these solutions often provide. Rather than routine infrastructure upgrade, organizations are opting for subscription based cloud solutions that eliminate the significant upfront capital cost associated with traditional hardware. Cloud solutions also minimize operational costs associated with the management and maintenance of systems and eliminates all together the costs of upgrading your infrastructure. Learn More
Provide Network Access Anytime, Anywhere
One of the obvious benefits to cloud computing is the ability to work anywhere with an internet connection. As more services are being pushed to the cloud, more users adopting the technology as standard business practice, resulting in organizations being more productive than ever. Partnering with our team of experts can ensure you’re benefiting from the latest cloud solutions while experiencing increased productivity and user satisfaction. Learn More
Ensure Security & Business Continuity
Investing in a robust security and business continuity plan is a costly venture that requires considerable capital, as well as expertise to implement and manage. Moving your business to the cloud not only helps avoid a number of up-front costs, but minimizes the loss of productivity from downtime, removes the operational costs to maintaining the regular security/software updates for servers, and provides the assurance that data is being maintained and protected. Learn More