Have you ever asked yourself: What is The Cloud, and what can it do for my business? When we talk about moving our businesses to the cloud, we’re basically talking about taking the software and services we need to run our business and having them provided to us on demand, from anywhere, and to any device without concern for how that’s accomplished. You can access all of your business information anywhere you can get an Internet connection.
A cloud server is a server that you access via an Internet connection or other interface. It works just like a physical server by running Windows or Linux, but you don’t have to house and keep it safe from fire, theft, or flood.
A cloud server might be the right fit for your business if you rely heavily on IT. Many of the problems we see every day, as help-desk and computer support professionals, are related to the local installations of software on each computer or configurations that are different from one computer to the next. The Cloud eliminates most of that potential conflict and puts every employee on a stable, device-independent platform that just provides the resources they need to do their jobs. This model works very well for any company that relies heavily on IT, especially anything in the professional services or service areas.
Ask yourself the following questions about your business:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Cloud Computing might be a great opportunity for your small business near Reading, Lancaster, Wyomissing, Berks, or Allentown, PA.
We no longer need to maintain expensive servers and workstations so we’re able to reduce our equipment, maintenance and support, and power and cooling costs by moving those resources to highly stable and redundant datacenters. These centers focus on making sure your data is secure and available to you when and where you need it.