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Dominick Fair

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

How A Cloud Server Can Serve Your Small Business

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Did you know that 77 percent of the businesses in the US have at least one app or software program in the cloud?

There is no denying just how advanced, as well as popular cloud computing has become over the past decade.

In 2019, investing in a cloud server as a small business is quite useful.

However, there are a number of onsite server enthusiasts who are apprehensive about embracing this technology.

Some business owners think that migrating their data to the cloud is just too complicated and time-consuming.

In reality, this process doesn’t have to be if you hire an IT partner to assist.

On the fence about whether or not to invest in cloud servers for your business?

If so, check out the information below regarding the benefits of using cloud servers as a small business.

Cloud Servers Will Save Your Business Money

One of the biggest concerns most business owners have is budget. We get it.

As so, being concerned about a new expense is common, as failing to get a handle on your company’s spending can lead to lots of unnecessary, preventable problems.

Think that using cloud servers is expensive?

In reality, embracing the power of the cloud will save you money over time.

Cloud servers reduce the time and money that has to be invested to maintain onsite servers. Also, cloud providers such as AWS generally use a pay-as-you-go model. This means you’ll only pay for the bandwidth and features you absolutely need.

If at any time you see you need more storage or bandwidth, you can easily increase these parts of your network with the click of a button or a phone call to your IT partner. With a bit of research, and the right managed service provider, you should have no problem finding the best deal on the cloud services your company needs.

The Security Factor

Cyber-attacks are something that most business owners are familiar with.

The majority of cyber-crimes in the United States target small businesses. Don’t be one of them. Securing your network is a must. Onsite servers are not always the best solution for keeping data safe and secure.

Most cloud providers make it their mission to monitor their servers around the clock.

This means that if any security issues are detected in your cloud servers, they will be addressed immediately.

Before selecting a cloud services provider, be sure to find out more about the security safeguards they have in place. If you are unsure which is the best, our team is always standing by – feel free to reach out.

Having cloud servers will also help you to minimize the risk of internal data theft. If your servers are on-site, there’s nothing stopping a disgruntled employee from damaging or stealing data.

A cloud-based system allows you to restrict access to data, which will all but eliminate the threat of internal data theft.

Keeping Your Business Flexible

Staying competitive in the modern business world is a lot harder than most entrepreneurs realize.

Today’s marketplace is filled with new competitors opening almost every day for many industries, which is why your business needs to use technology to create a competitive edge.

Being flexible in the technology solutions your business utilizes is much easier when using cloud servers.

In the past, a business would have to spend tons of money to increase the size and power of its network. Hauling in larger servers and building rooms to house this equipment is no easy task.

If you want to avoid the downtime created by putting new physical servers in place, investing in cloud servers is a must.

These servers allow you to increase the size and scope of your network in minutes. You will not have to worry about additional IT infrastructure when using cloud-based servers.

The Remote Revolution

In the next five years, nearly 50 percent of the American workforce will be considered remote.

Many businesses have found that allowing employees to work from home increases productivity and overall morale levels. If you’re contemplating a move to remote employees, then having a cloud-based server in place is a must.

By investing in a cloud server, you can make the information on your network accessible to all employees regardless of where they are. One of the biggest concerns you should have when instituting a cloud server for remote workers is the bring your own device policy.

Instead of allowing employees to access sensitive information from their unsecured devices, you need to provide them with smartphones and tablets. While this may be a bit costly, it’s definitely worth the investment.

Increased Collaboration

The cornerstone of any successful business is great employees.

As a business owner, a goal is to always be increasing the level of collaboration your team has. In almost any case, a collaborative environment leads to higher productivity levels.

Using cloud servers is a great way to provide your team with the tools they need to work together. Regardless of where the members of your team are located, they can use the cloud to stay connected.

There are tons of cloud-based project management software programs on the market designed to make collaboration easy. The time and money invested in finding and implementing these programs will be well worth it in the long run.

Let Professionals Help You Implement Cloud Technology

When the time comes to choose a cloud server for small business, working with IT professionals is a must. These professionals can help you choose and implement the right technology solutions for your business with ease.

Are you looking for a reputable and experienced IT company to help you out? If so, contact us now to find out more about the services we offer.

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

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