Is Cloud Computing A Good Fit
For Your Company?
While there are a ton of benefits to cloud computing, it's NOT right for every company. Some applications don't play well in the cloud. You need commercial-grade Internet connectivity, and some functions, like working with big graphics files, are better kept local or the slowness will make you crazy. However, in almost every case, parts of your computer network (functions) can easily be put in the cloud to save you money and give you better service. So before you donate your server and sign up for Google Apps or Office 365, it's important you talk to someone who can honestly assess your unique situation and tell you the pros and cons of making the switch to cloud computing.
Want To Find Out If Your Business Is "Cloud-Ready"?
During the month of May we're offing a FREE Cloud Readiness Assessment to any Nashville area business with 10 or more PCs and a server. At no cost or obligation, we'll come to your office and conduct a complete review of your computer network, data, software, hardware and how you work. From there, we'll provide you with insights and helpful answers as to how you could benefit from cloud computing.
To claim your free Cloud Readiness Assessment, simply e-mail us at [email protected] or give us a call at 615-206-4146. Offer ends May 31, 2014.
What Are The Benefits Of Cloud Computing?
- Eliminates the need for expensive server upgrades and allows you to use cheaper devices (PCs, etc.) to get the same work done.
- Frees you to access applications from any device and any location. All you need is an Internet connection.
- Built-in disaster recovery and business continuity.
- Only pay for what you need and use (utility pricing).