For many years Cloud computing has been an IT buzzword. Now it is going mainstream.
Here at UTD Communications we aim to identify what areas of your business may benefit
from cloud computing.
5 of the main benefits provided by cloud computing
Cheap: your IT provider will host services for multiple companies; sharing complex
infrastructure is cost-efficient and you pay only for what you actually use.
Quick: The most basic cloud services work out of the box; for more complex software
and database solutions, cloud computing allows you to skip the hardware procurement
and capital expenditure phase - it's perfect for start-ups.
Up-to-date: Most providers constantly update their software offering, adding new
features as they become available.
Scaleable: If your business is growing fast or has seasonal spikes, you can go
large quickly because cloud systems are built to cope with sharp increases in workload.
Mobile: Cloud services are designed to be used from a distance, so if you have
a mobile workforce, your staff will have access to most of your systems on the go.
Cloud computing has become the next “utility” like electricity and water. This year
is the time to get your cloud strategy together.
Here at UTD Communications we are aligned with the Microsoft Office 365 and Windows
Intune platforms which can reduce costs and improve productivity and compliance.
To see how cloud computing may benefit your business call us on 01228 808950
Cloud Computing Services in Carlisle, Cumbria, Southern Scotland, the North East