Uncertainty Doesn’t Deliver
As a savvy business professional, you know that it isn’t always rain or shine. There is nuance in everything, and with everyone talking nothing but cloud these days, you’re starting to wonder where it fits into your operational goals. You find the concept intriguing but the idea of actually making a move is causing you to hesitate.
Chances are you’ve heard an anecdotal story about someone losing their data in the cloud, or worse, someone having their confidential information stolen. Maybe you’re hesitating because it seems cloud is a relatively new concept, and you don’t want to fall victim to early adopter technology syndrome. Or maybe, you’re just worried about all the costs associated with reconfiguring your business to operate differently, and since your systems appear sufficient, you’re not sure why you would embark on a cloud migration project that seems more like making work than making money.
Whatever your reason for hesitation, it’s time to think more strategically and consider the upside of moving to the cloud.
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The Cloud is for Everyone
The cloud is not a one size fits all solution. On the contrary, the cloud is designed to fit your business exclusively. That’s because it is completely customizable based on what you need.
- Are you a start-up or newer company, without a lot of working capital available to fund large equipment purchases and software licenses? The cloud allows you to benefit from technology normally reserved for larger, more established businesses, without paying the price.
- Are you planning a full-scale office or data center move, but lacking the physical space to house an abundance of equipment? With the cloud, little to none of your equipment is on-premise, which means you don’t have to store it, secure it, maintain it, or power it.
- Do you have multiple users spread across geographical locations? The cloud better enables people to work globally.
- Are you feeling the effects of economic contraction? The cloud can alleviate the pressures you face by reducing the fees and resources associated with managing your current datacenter(s) and eliminating concerns over aging hardware replacement.
- Is your current infrastructure underperforming? The cloud offers you the power you need to ensure everything in your organization is running optimally.