3 Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs To Switch To Cloud Computing.
Updated: Oct 9, 2020
If your business is taking a hit from the pandemic, or you're looking for a way to cut costs and offer loads of flexibility, consider transitioning to the Cloud.
1) Reduced IT Costs
I don't have to remind you how big of a headache it is to purchase expensive systems & equipment for your business. On top of that, you need to pay staff to setup and maintain the new toys you purchased. That increases your overhead, and in a pandemic, the last thing you need is unnecessary spending.
Here are some areas where costs can be reduced:
The Cloud device will be handled by the Vendor, you wont have to worry about random costs for upgrades, new hardware, and software as it may be included in the contract.
Since you won't require multiple devices, you'll be able cut down on your energy expenditures. Having a single device will use much less power.
Say NO! to paying wages for experts since the vendor manages the device.
2) Increased Business Continuity
Downtime is every business owners worst nightmare. Your profits are being dumped into the garbage when your customers are unable to access your services. The benefit of having all your data on the Cloud is that when disaster strikes, the data is all available virtually. It will be backed up and protected. Give your business the peace of mind it needs to move forward.
As mentioned before, your vendor manages the cloud for you. This allows you to scale up/down depending on your business needs without having to purchase/install new expensive equipment. You also alleviate the need to do this yourself! It's a major waste of time for you to do this yourself.
If you're looking to migrate your data and storage onto the Cloud, send an email to Info@xformit.com and we'll be glad to help you out.