It doesn’t have to be difficult or costly to improve productivity and efficiency in the workplace. In fact, it’s actually quite simple; cloud computing allows you to access and store data and applications over the Internet, as opposed to accessing and storing them on your computer’s hard drive.
So how does cloud computing help you and your staff members improve productivity and efficiency? Well, when your employees are able to access data and applications from any location, they’re able to keep working while staying in constant contact with colleagues and business partners.
Cohn Consulting Corporation is fluent in the world of cloud computing – we offer cloud solutions, including public and private clouds, to help you benefit from anytime, anywhere access to files and applications. To learn more, give us a call at (770) 225-0584 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many business owners have heard about the cloud, but aren’t sure if the cloud is right for them. Well, let’s start off with the overall benefits of cloud computing:
- Accessibility for you and your staff members to share and access documents from any location, as long as there’s an Internet connection.
- Scalability that lets you adapt as your business changes – from the amount of users to the amount of storage, the cloud is completely scalable.
- Affordability as a result of eliminating the cost of hardware maintenance and upgrades as you’re simply renting the use of equipment.
- Security due to multiple layers of protection while ensuring your data cannot be lost if a laptop is lost or stolen.
Now that you know what cloud computing can do for you, you’re probably wondering, “What parts of my IT can I put in the cloud” Well, let’s start off by clearing something up: The cloud doesn’t have to be “out there.” In fact, you’re able to build your own internal cloud at your own location, or you can mix and match cloud services with some being “in here” and some being “out there.”
So what’s the difference between “in here” and “out there”? The first (“in here”) is called a private cloud and uses your own dedicated physical computing resources installed on-site or at a secure data center. The second (“out there”) is called a public cloud and uses resources provided by a third party and is shared amongst all of that provider’s clients. If you mix and match private and public cloud solutions, you’re using what’s known as a hybrid cloud solution.
Cohn Consulting Corporation Can Put Together the Right Cloud Solution Based on Your Unique Needs!
When it comes to picking the right cloud strategy, it’s important to understand and address various factors, such as:
- Regulatory and compliance issues
- Data security
- Application availability
- Performance levels
We’ll help you address these factors, and many more, and help you put together the right cloud strategy that works for you and your staff members!
Ready to move to the cloud? To learn more, or to schedule a no-obligation cloud assessment to learn how your business can benefit from the cloud, give us a call at (770) 225-0584 or send us an email at email@example.com. Cohn Consulting Corporation is here to lay out an easy, customized path to help you get started.
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