Increased flexibility, scalability, collaboration, security and changing payment terms from upfront to monthly - there are many reasons why businesses are moving to the Cloud. Here's our top 7 reasons why you should move to the Cloud.
Relocating is said to be one of life’s most stressful experiences. Even with careful preparation and planning it costs time, money and energy. When it comes to moving offices, this is compounded even further. Important documents, files and valuable assets need to be relocated without being damaged, all whilst keeping the business up and running and making sure employees can continue to work as much as possible.
By understanding the different types of cloud and looking at what circumstances they can be applied to, you will be able to pick and mix according to your business requirements.
There are three main types of cloud computing – namely public, private and hybrid – all working on the basis that you access a combined hardware and software platform through the internet. Being a Cloud Service Provider, If you're unsure about which type best suits you drop us a line and we can help.
When looking at your infrastructure and deciding on Cloud vs On Premise Servers (Tin), one thing that’s often overlooked is the cost of potential downtime caused by hardware failures, most commonly disk or RAID failures.
If you have a highly transactional database (like a CRM or stock management system) and if your physical server has a failure, then what does that downtime cost the business while you are waiting for a replacement part and installation?