Do you feel worried you might be getting left behind with all the talk of the Cloud? Are you interested to know if the Cloud can really do anything for your business? Are you curious as to what the Cloud even means?
The past few years have seen an explosion of Cloud-based technologies, which have enabled businesses to make huge leaps with their infrastructure. It’s worth remembering that Cloud-based services have been in use for many years; many services have been hosted in datacentres over the past decade, but have become more accessible due to falling hardware costs and scalability.
Microbyte puts the Cloud into perspective to help you work out if it really is the right solution for you. We believe that, whatever the solution, be it Local, Cloud or Hybrid-Cloud, it is far more important to build the ideal solution on its merits, and to use all available technology to implement a genuinely beneficial solution than to simply buy into a latest technology trend.
We have been utilising and implementing our own Cloud-based technologies for some time and have the benefit of years of real world experience across our client base. For example, our hosted VDI solutions can provide staff with immediate access to their own workspaces from wherever they operate, while our Hosted Exchange platform can allow all company emails to be easily managed outside the premises. Whatever the requirements, we can provide the complete solution to meet your needs.
Many IT businesses are encouraging a complete move to the Cloud only to disappoint their clients with an oversold, under-tested solution. It is important to carry out the correct procedure and Needs Analysis when deciding on such a leap. Microbyte can guide you through this process and advise you independently if this really is the best route for your company. We can help you find the most beneficial Cloud-based solution, whether that’s a Hybrid Cloud or Local Services. Don’t feel compelled to listen to IT companies who just want to sell you the Cloud – preparation is critical.
It is far more important to build the ideal solution on its merits, and to use all available technology to implement a genuinely beneficial solution than to simply buy into a latest technology trend.