Cost Savings. In the as-a-service model, organizations can cut costs and simplify IT tech investments. Incorporating additional cloud services to your tech environment allows organizations to shed pieces of their physical in-house IT infrastructure.
The reduction of equipment leads to fewer servers, hard drives, network switches, software deployments and more. Using a managed service provider’s equipment rather than investing in on-premise equipment turns a capital expense (Capex) to an operational expense (Opex) for your business.
Less on-premise IT. With less IT equipment comes less physical overhead including equipment space, power and cooling. This also means your internal staff will be able to spend less time putting out fires and more time on value-added projects for your business.
Investment in High-Quality Products. Have peace of mind knowing your service provider will manage all of the necessary software updates and upgrades. Utilizing the as-a-service model ensures your hardware is continuously up and running, and is always utilizing the latest in technology.
Security. Security is top-of-mind to business owners. An XaaS provider removes owners from worrying about PCI and data stored on internal devices. You will no longer have to worry about having the latest software updated on your devices or the most recent hardware encryption technology.