“To the Cloud…”

POSTED BY on May 10 under Uncategorized

Access to your applications anywhere at any time isn’t the only way your businesses can take advantage of cloud computing. Storing data in the cloud is a way to cut down costs and address your ever growing customer needs.

Before you take the leap into the cloud for storage, it may be a good idea to do some homework on the available cloud service providers. After all, for some permanent loss of data could mean the end to their business. According to a report by PWC, 70% of small businesses that have a major data loss go out of business within a year. That is a shocking number. Cloud computing means applications, processing power and data storage accessed over the Internet and hosted outside of the business premises. You, the owner doesn’t have to spend money on servers, storage systems and applications. Thus far Cloud computing has been popular among large enterprises, but these days small business owners are worried about handing over their data and applications to a cloud provider, partly over security concerns. Since cloud computing is much cheaper than having hardware and software at the business’ physical location, many industry watchers predict cloud computing will be a mainstay in the future and something small business owners will need to embrace to stay competitive.

To the Cloud

While small business owners may be more willing to access applications in the cloud, they may balk at storing mission-critical data on the Internet over concerns the data can be breached and not easily accessible. Experts say those concerns are unwarranted, especially if the small business goes with a reputable service provider that is out there. In addition to security, storing data in the cloud gives small businesses flexibility because they can access their data anywhere at any time.

When you’re ready to make the move, Vebinary can help you get there.

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