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9 Reasons Why Your Business Needs To Implement Cloud Services

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In Short

Adoption of Cloud based services has accelerated in recent years as a result of the pandemic, the resulting demand of employees to work flexibility, and the need for businesses to be able to operate efficiently and securely.

Adoption of Cloud based services has accelerated in recent years as a result of the pandemic, the resulting demand of employees to work flexibility, and the need for businesses to be able to operate efficiently and securely.

Cloud Services means you can access essential tools at any time, anywhere and we have listed in this blog the 9 reasons why your business should implement Cloud Services.

 

  1. Reduction in costs

Running on-premise solutions is costly. There are the purchasing costs as well as technicians to hire to install and manage any ongoing repairs and maintenance. However, when you move to the cloud, you really only pay for the services purchased which will be based on the number of users and storage needed.

 

  1. Business Flexibility

 Cloud supports business mobility meaning your teams can work from anywhere and access all the solutions they need, regardless of their location. This also means that your office space can be potentially reduced because you no longer need people in the office all the time., just access to a fast internet connection. However, you needn’t be concerned with monitoring the operations as cloud services allows you to receive reports on updates and any potential issues so you are fully engaged with all your business operations.

 

  1. Your ready-made Back up plan

With traditional operational solutions, there is a necessity to store data. Disaster can be so damaging to your business and the potential for a breach or human error is far greater with on-premise solutions. With Cloud services, your data is always available and always backed up. Often Cloud services are used purely for back up and storage, although its opportunities stretch far further than that, however, this role is integral to any business.

 

  1. Data Security

If you experience a breach of security at your business premises leading to stolen laptops or computers, data stored in the cloud can be moved to another account or deleted to prevent any unauthorised access. However, it is worth noting that attempting to breach security in the cloud is exceedingly difficult.

5. Scale your business with the Cloud

Traditionally increasing the number of physical servers, storage and licensing would have been the way you scaled your capacity. This is cumbersome with heavy equipment taking up space and leaving your business vulnerable to attacks.

If you move your business to the cloud, your business can scale as and when you need it. Additional storage is simple to implement and can take a matter of minutes.

6. Propel your collaboration

Collaborative tools became exceedingly important throughput the pandemic and the fact that people are working more and more in either remote or home locations, as well as office based, the need to ensure collaborative solutions are available is imperative.

With Cloud services your teams are able to improve their performance with sharing data and projects in real-time whether, they are remotely working or office based.

7. Easy Implementation

Whilst time scales vary depending on what you are implementing, Cloud Services are exceedingly easy to complete; anything from 3-12 weeks with minimal disruption. However, working with an established managed services provider should map out the plan for you and how this will be implemented with minimal disruption to your operations.

8. Automatic updates

On-premise solutions begin to age the moment you purchase the equipment. Any updates for your cloud implementation occur automatically without any hidden fees, minimal adjustments, and no disruption with your service.

9. So many options

Cloud services encompass so many solutions that will support your business operations. Choose one or all, cloud offers you so many options to support your working teams for now and for the future.

Our Cloud Services encompass the following solutions:

  1. Telecommunications with Unified Communications: Unified Communications combines multiple business communication tools: desktop phone, smartphone, computer and/or tablet, utilising the power of the cloud. It simplifies the way your teams’ function, supports collaborative working and, ultimately, improves your business flexibility and efficiency.
  2. Cloud Security: High availability, flexibility, security, compliance and 24/7 support: our cloud security services encompass all the protection you need for your business.
  3. Document Management: Our Document Management solutions create smart digital workflow and provide document control to your business. It is a secure software that allows your teams to be highly productive regardless of their location and improves your business performance.
  4. Cloud Printing: Our Cloud Printing Services, ensures your business is GDPR compliant and your confidential information is secure.

 

Without doubt Cloud Services remain the technology of the future to not only protect businesses from potential external threats from cyber criminals, but to ensure that your business can remain fluid, productive and effective moving forward.

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