At least 78% of small and midsize businesses will migrate to the cloud by the year 2020, according to the New Jersey Institute of Technology. It's easy to see why. Cloud computing improves data backup services and disaster recovery, provides 24-hour access to applications and data, reduces on-site infrastructure, and provides unlimited flexibility and scalability options.
Cloud computing offers clear advantages to any Las Vegas business: higher efficiency, greater flexibility, increased scalability, and lower costs. But making the transition to the cloud isn't simple. Finding the right delivery model and services to fit your specific needs depends on your answers to three crucial questions.
How secure is your data in the cloud? Every cloud service provider handles security differently, so don't make assumptions about how your data is stored. Before you hire a cloud service provider or renew your contract with your existing provider, ask these important questions.
Do We Need to Switch to the Cloud?
The cloud is perhaps the biggest buzzword in computing today, but people often have trouble knowing what it means. The cloud is best viewed as a collection of new technologies that can be used to distribute information or programs across a local network or the Internet.
ITS of Las Vegas is a Managed Services Provider (MSP) that provides businesses Cloud based technology, solutions, and support. If you are interested in moving some or all of your computing operations to the cloud it’s a good idea to understand some Cloud basics.