The cloud has grown in popularity among businesses in all industries. However, if you have not already transferred your business’s data and operations to the cloud, you may wonder if this technology is really in your best interest to expend the time and energy you will need to invest in order to implement cloud computing.
Below are some of the ways the cloud can boost business for your company, making it well worth the investment.
Implementing the cloud for your business prevents you from needed to invest in the same expensive infrastructure and programming of a company with in-house operations. This can save your company a significant amount of money over time.
The cloud can also save your company money by eliminating the need for in-house IT personnel. When you make the move to cloud computing, all of the programs and services you use will be maintained by your provider. Thus, you won’t need your own full-time IT staff.
The programs and processes you are able to access when you utilize the cloud are often more advanced and efficient than those you could afford on your own. In addition, if you choose the right provider, your programs will also be more reliable and kept up-to-date at all times. This leads to enhanced productivity overall.
With the cloud, it is easier to connect with colleagues, share information and work on projects with others. These improvements lead to more collaboration within your company, which in turn improves outcomes.
One of the best things about cloud computing is its scalability. You pay only for the services you need, making it much more cost-effective. These services can also be scaled up or scaled down easily when your needs change, allowing for easier growth.
The public cloud is a computing service offered by a third-party vendor, common vendors include Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, that can be accessed over the internet and sold by demand.
Dynamic Quest’s public cloud support shifts the responsibility of cloud management and maintenance from your internal staff to our team of experts. This allows your internal staff to focus on more strategic initiatives.
When implemented correctly, the public cloud environment can be as secure as private cloud environments.
A private cloud environment is a service offered over an organization’s internal network or over the Internet. Dynamic Quest’s private cloud solution ensures you have a higher level of security and privacy due to firewalls and internal hosting in our SOC II Type II data center.
Private cloud environments are also more easily customized to your unique needs and offer scalability. Working with Dynamic Quest will provide peace of mind. Our team of data center professionals will monitor and maintain your environment.
Hybrid cloud solutions are the combination of private and public clouds customized to meet the needs of your business. If you are currently unable to move all your technology server infrastructure to the public cloud, you can take advantage of Dynamic Quest’s SOC 2 Type 2 data center for servers that require a private set of hardware.
Moving your company to the cloud may seem overwhelming at first, but the potential benefits are clear. If you are not already using the cloud, it is time to start exploring this option and considering how it can improve your business. Before making the switch, be sure to investigate different providers so you can find the one that offers the best services at a fair price.
More than 90% of businesses are either evaluating, adopting or embracing the cloud.
Billions of devices will be connected to the Internet of Things by 2025, exponentially increasing demand for MSPs to back up growing companies.
The average price of a data breach now stands at about $4 million.
$500 billion will be spent in the greater cloud market by 2020.
“We believe our success is due to the strength of our team, the breadth of our services, our flexibility in responding to clients, and our focus on strategic support.”
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93% of businesses file for bankruptcy after losing data for 10 or more days.
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