Unlike large organizations which operate on large amount of resources, small businesses are reluctant when it comes to adopting new IT systems. Moving files to the cloud takes a lot of time, effort, and a bit of expertise that small businesses may find extraneous.
For a business with a limited staff, a managed cloud hosting provider is the answer. There’s no need to compromise your competing edge. Instead of internally migrating the data to the cloud, why not partner with a cloud provider that delivers guaranteed service to any size of business? There are many benefits to cloud computing that your business is missing out on. Check out the list below to find out why cloud is much more progressive and timely:
A small business can decide which storage and computing service to take. Investing in infrastructure is one of the major considerations when starting a business; it’s important to know you can scale your resources as your business needs evolve. Cloud computing offers a modest storage and a sustainable solution.
Cloud storage can provide excellent backup for all your files and programs, reducing power and equipment failure.
Private data is easily protected with encryption and layering options. Confidential information and customer data remains safe on both on-site and cloud storage.
A major advantage of cloud is its mobility and accessibility. Resources are readily available even outside of the office walls. This helps cut travel and off-site meetings, or when you simply need to work from home.
Cloud storage is fairly affordable. Licensing, infrastructure, and the IT expenses are pretty much cost-effective.
Thinking about moving your Ottawa business to the cloud? Give our cloud experts a call first. We can help you research the right technologies to help your business remain efficient and productive while helping to lower your overall technology investment. Call us today at (613) 828-1280 or drop us an email at email@example.com.
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Published On: 16th July 2014 by Ernie Sherman.