Obtain significant cloud computing benefits by escaping obsolescence and productivity loss.
Cloud computing has vast benefits for organizations of all sizes: lower cost, better reliability and security, and more time to focus on strategic business - all without the pain of upgrading to the latest applications or worry of growing storage and backup concerns.
|Reduced costs||Cloud computing allows an organization to escape maintenance and upgrades of key infrastructure hardware and software for less on-going cost to support.|
|Quality of Service||Major manufacturers offer 99.9% uptime service level agreements with billions of dollars of resources serving millions of subscribers.|
|Greater security||Cloud computing provides much more storage capacity for a fraction of the cost of on-premise solutions.|
|Increased storage||Costs always remain at the level specified in the contract, so that the IT budget becomes stable and predictable.|
|Flexibility||Access anywhere there is Internet availability, nominal and predictable cost for growth, and subscribers always have access to the latest technology.|
|Better Business Continuity||Organizations no longer need a secondary site for failover with the dual maintenance, cost, and risk. Backup and replication for key infrastructure is provided by the manufacturer.|
|Strategic focus||Quickly react to changing business conditions and avoid high capital and operating expenses by having the managed service provider expand or reduce services.|
|Focus on core business||Without the burden of errors, updates, and backup of key infrastructure, IT staff can concentrate on customer service and strategic core business.|
|Capital expenditure reduction||MCloud computing reduces servers, storage, and related software licensing, like backup and anti-virus for key infrastructure such as e-mail and document storage.|