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Dominick Fair

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

Cloud Surfing: The Benefits of Cloud Computing – and Why You Should Get In On It


In the U.S., there are over 30 million small businesses. Small businesses are the engine driving the economy. But what drives small businesses?

Computer networks. And those networks mean big investments in money and man-hours. 

If you own a small business, you know computer hardware and software costs are daunting. Costs are especially hard in the start-up phase. But what if there was another way?

There is! It’s cloud computing. 

Have you ever backed up your smartphone or used Facebook? Then you’re familiar with cloud computing.

Keep reading to learn some of the many benefits of cloud computing and why your business needs to switch.  

Cost Reduction

Investing in your own servers, hardware, and software is a big expense.

As the company grows, computing needs grow too. With cloud computing, there are fewer worries about the constant need for updates. And with cloud computing, there are great managed IT solutions

You’ll no longer need a huge in-house IT department. 

Disaster Recovery and Built-In Backup System

One of the benefits of cloud computing is the built-in backup system. It’s great for disaster recovery. The cloud features redundancy. Your information is stored in several places at once. 

The chances of losing information are infinitesimal. In case of a fire or other natural disaster, your information is secure. 


Have your physical premises been breached? No worries. Company data is in the cloud. Has an employee lost a laptop? Erase confidential company information remotely or move it to another account. 

Your information is secure with cloud computing. When it comes to cybersecurity, the cloud is safe as long as you follow protocols. Always use strong passwords and make sure your employees do too. 


Cloud-based computing offers flexibility. Your employees work from wherever there’s a fast Internet connection.

Can’t make it to the office? No problem. Log in from any device that’s connected to the Internet. 

Scalability Factor

A new and growing company has fluctuating bandwidth demands. Cloud-based services offer easy scalability. As workloads fluctuate, the cloud accommodates workplace needs.

Easy Collaboration

Collaboration is easy when your tools and documents are in the cloud.

Employees log in, create, edit, and share documents from anywhere. File-sharing apps update in real time so everyone’s viewing the latest edition. Cloud collaboration streamlines workflow.

Save on Hardware

No more headaches over updating hardware. You no longer need multiple workstations on site. Setup is easy on the cloud. No more major software installs either. 

Software and security updates happen behind the scenes. No more lost time with hardware and software maintenance. 

The Benefits of Cloud Computing

Many business owners are wary of cloud computing. But the benefits of cloud computing are many. You can’t beat the scalability and ease of collaboration. 

The cloud offers flexibility and security. You’ll enjoy automatic software updates. No more worries about investing in a big computer system only to find it’s outdated a year later. 

If you haven’t looked into cloud computing, it’s time! Are you looking for a managed IT solution for your company? Take a look here

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

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