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Posted by Meredith Thomas | May 6, 2013

When To Think About Cloud Computing For Your Business

Answer the five questions below to determine if you should be thinking about cloud computing.

1. Are you due for a server upgrade?

This is the opportune time to switch to a cloud solution. The savings on hardware, software and support can be significant. We can show you the exact savings and ROI you can expect.

2. Do you have seasonal workers or employee fluctuations?

It's frustrating to set-up IT for temporary employees. Cloud computing allows you to simply add or remove as many users as you need. This works particularly well for start-ups.

3. Do you need predictable IT costs?

For small business that want to be smart with their IT budget, cloud computing offers a predictable monthly payment. If you add or remove users, your monthly payment is adjusted so you only pay for what you use.

4. Do you have remote employees or multiple offices?

Cloud computing allows any employee anywhere to access the applications and files they need. Your employees can use any computing device that runs a web browser and has a high-speed internet connection. It couldn't be easier.

5. Do you want a single source IT solution?

All of the office productivity and email applications you use are available in one virtual desktop. Cloud computing is a fast and secure single source solution.

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Our goal for this blog is to answer the questions you ask. If you have any questions about cloud solutions or any other topic please email me at lori@myitpros.com. To learn more about IT subscribe to our blog.

 

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