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Why Move To The Cloud

blg-right1. Security – Cloud solutions are more secure than on-premise infrastructures, thanks to a combination of economies of scale, more specialised staff and greater emphasis on security.

2. Cost savings – Large cloud providers are able to benefit from huge economies of scale and thus offer more  computing power at a lower cost.

3. Integration – Companies thrive on such a mix of technologies: the use of the Cloud makes this task a lot easier: it provides a common platform for such integration to take place across, infrastructure services, data, management, identity and development.

4. Investment – Businesses can better allocate IT resources to an operating expenditure rather than a capital expenditure.

5. Scalability – Cloud technology helps you cope with peaks and troughs of demand – for example, retailers facing seasonal fluctuations at Christmas time or businesses winning new projects which place high demand on existing technology infrastructure.

6. User control – One of the most significant trends in the past decade has been the way that business decision makers are looking to bring their own devices by-passing their IT departments. This allows for greater business agility, but creates serious security and compliance issues for the business.

7. Easier upgrades and patches –  Several studies have shown that a large part of IT employees’ days are taken up by this mundane of tasks, leaving very little time for any strategic planning.

8. Speed – The time taken to commission, implement and configure services is generally measured in weeks, while a company could use its cloud provider to get services up and running within a matter of hours.

9. Flexibility – The days when employees accessed company information from their desks, and only from their desks, are long gone. Within the modern organisation, employees are accessing corporate data from a variety of devices and from a variety of locations.

10. Big Data – Big Data is about pulling together different strands of information, from a multiplicity of sources, and through advanced analytic present business managers with a range of information about their customers. Big Data analytical techniques are being used to deliver more detailed data – and deliver it quicker.

Our friendly, trained and certified professionals can move your organization into the Cloud, smoothly and seamlessly.

Our Weekly Thoughts

Tech Trend for Small and Medium Sized Businesses #3: Increased Cloud Backup and Recovery

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016
An obvious area of expense and internal resources is backup and disaster recovery. Businesses should look to the cloud for data backup, data recovery, data archiving, and disaster recovery. Companies that want to invest in such off-premises services, should keep these two issues in mind: the cost of the service, and how rapidly the cloud provider ...    

A $25,000 roaming bill comes with one big lesson: Roseman | Toronto Star

Saturday, March 26th, 2016
A $25,000 roaming bill comes with one big lesson: Roseman | Toronto Star

Technology Mistake #2 SMBs can avoid:  Common hardware/software issues

Monday, March 21st, 2016
Smart organizations set PC service lives at three or four years. There’s a reason. When you look at costs—particularly around a four- to six-year lifecycle—it may seem like you are saving money, but really it’s costing you, because support expenses increase.  Retaining PCs longer than three or four years often results in repair and supp...    

Technology and the Environment

Monday, March 14th, 2016
I am now reaching my 42th year of life on this beautiful blue planet, our home, our earth.  And as I get older, I realize more and more, that we ALL need to help our mother earth in the fight against pollution and saving the environment. Many of us know there are problems, but feel hopelessness and despair when faced with the magnitude a...    


Wednesday, March 9th, 2016
SMALL/MEDIUM businesses must concentrate their time, focus and energy on knowing their own industry. For example, plumbers must keep up with building codes. Accountants must stay abreast of tax law changes, while physicians must keep current with the latest medical news and pharmaceutical developments. It is very understandable that SMB owner...    

Technology Trend #1 for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses in 2016 – Abandon or Reduce On-Premises Technology

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016
Over the last 15 years, the way small businesses operate has changed dramatically.  Offices host an array of desktops, printers, monitors, servers and other technology paraphernalia.  However, the cost of buying and maintaining all that equipment has severely dented the bottom line. Maybe it isn’t worth hanging on to all of it.  As Informat...    
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