We’re getting more and more confirmation that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are turning to smaller or regional cloud providers for dedicated support. Yes, they’re scaling back from MSP giants like Azure, Google, AWS (Amazon Web Services), and IBM. Why? As cloud migration continues to grow, smaller companies recognize they require closer attention to their unique business needs. If you’ve ever dealt with large corporations, you know getting help can be quite cumbersome. Smaller providers are more likely to tailor services to make your experience even better, and offer plans that allow a more predictable budget. Read more about this growing trend here.
$500 billion will be spent in the greater cloud market by 2020.
Billions of devices will be connected to the Internet of Things by 2025, exponentially increasing demand for MSPs to back up growing companies.
More than 90% of businesses are either evaluating, adopting or embracing the cloud.
70% of SMBs reported suffering a security breach during the previous 12 months – and companies with fewer than 500 employees were the most vulnerable, with a 75% breach rate.
“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.”
Javier Gomez, CEO
93% of businesses file for bankruptcy after losing data for 10 or more days.
The average price of a data breach now stands at about $4 million.
71% of SMBs are outsourcing their IT needs to a managed service provider.