This is especially true as companies budget for 2015. After all, the cloud promises more functionality, better security, faster performance, higher reliability, and less cost than traditional in-house IT, right?
There’s actually a lot of truth to this, and it does make sense for companies to take a serious look at how cloud computing could work from them. But there’s also a lot of bad information out there, too, from overhyping how good the cloud can be to myths about cloud computing that simply aren’t true. And since most companies don’t have the resources or expertise to separate fact from fiction and to figure out who provides real value versus just marketing hype, what’s a business owner to do?
That’s where Cohn Consulting Corporation comes in. We’ve been providing reliable IT support, services, and consulting for over 21 years, and our clients trust us to advise them on all things IT. We’ve been “doing cloud” for years, integrating cloud vendors into our own offerings, providing our own cloud hosting services, and building private clouds for our clients. If you’re already a client, then we’ve either already helped you get to the cloud or are in the process of helping you evaluate it. If you’re not a client yet, then thanks for reading this far! Please reach out to me, and I’ll personally sit down with you to talk about what cloud computing can do for your company.
This month’s newsletter is focusing on some of the key questions business owners are asking about cloud computing: Is it right for my business or is it just a bunch of hype? Should I buy the cloud from a vendor or build my own private cloud? If I go to the cloud, where is my data and is it really secure? With so many data breaches in the news, is it safe to do business in the cloud? And if I decide to go to the cloud, how do I get there and what is it really going to cost?
You’ll find the answers to these questions and more in these pages. I hope you find the articles helpful and informative. And please reach out to me directly or visit our website if you’d like to know more.
Daniel S. Cohn
Cohn Consulting Corporation
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