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Thinking of moving to the Cloud?

Are you thinking about moving your business to the cloud?

Let’s be honest who isn’t. All business are considering using cloud services in some fashion and most probably are already even if it just for email. It is very rare that any small or medium-sized business still has on premise email.

The reason? Using cloud services reduce your capital outlay and gives you consistent monthly expenditure that can be easily built into any budget. It also ensures you are always on the latest version eliminating any worries of major upgrades not going to plan.

Nowadays, most businesses are considering moving all their systems into the cloud. Whether that by a hybrid cloud or full cloud.

IT Foundations pride ourselves on offering our customers the latest versions of cloud services. These include Microsoft 365 which includes Microsoft Office products, and Azure cloud infrastructure which provides you with a cloud-based server. We work with you to tailor your cloud migration.

Benefits of cloud migration

  • Greater ROI and minimising costs

  • Greater Data Security

  • Faster Data Recovery

  • Improved scalability options

  • Increased workplace efficiency

Benefits of Cloud Email

Shifting email operations and records within your business from a hardware storage device to the cloud is one of the simplest steps a business can take today to become more efficient in everyday tasks, and simultaneously more environmentally friendly.

  • Cost effective & scalable

  • Access from anywhere

  • No server maintenance required

  • Real time sharing & editing

Is cloud computing suitable for small business?

The cloud is somewhat still perceived as a mystery for many, still asking the very question of what is Cloud computing?

A simple way to describe the cloud is to imagine a scenario where all your team can connect and access company files and networks at anytime, anywhere in the world. Instead of storing data and information physically, or through hard disk memory on devices, information is stored in the cloud.

How does the cloud benefit remote workers?

Having a cloud system in effect instantly enables your company to offer flexible working practices to the team. And, with a recent surge in demand for home working and flexible office hours, it makes sense to be one of the firms that meet those demands.

With cloud computing, documents, emails and conversations can be carried out from anywhere in the world, at any time. Those with the required access credentials will be able to view and edit files, hold conferences and meetings using the services offered on the cloud.

We could talk a lot about the benefits of the cloud, but why not get in touch and we’ll talk to you about how your business specifically could benefit from moving to the cloud.

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