Using the Cloud to Keep Your Business Running No Matter What
Hardware failures, malware infections, power outages, fires, floods, hurricanes: these things happen. Are you prepared?
The downtime that would result from any of those disasters is more than just a nuisance. It takes away the tools your employees need to do their jobs. Our Hardware as a Service (HaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings minimize the consequences of such disaster, allowing you to depend less on on-site equipment by remotely accessing your hardware and software instead.
Taking advantage of the cloud will dramatically reduce downtime, as no matter what happens to your office your workforce can access the tools and data they need from anywhere they can find an internet connection, instead of being limited to the office.
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Less downtime and more availability means your employees will have more time to work through assignments and collaborate on projects, and a more productive workforce means you’ll have an easier time meeting your revenue goals.
Also, HaaS allows you to get rid of the thousands of dollars you’d have to pay upfront to get your own servers, not to mention the even greater long-term expense of the ongoing electricity and maintenance it takes to manage your own servers. With HaaS you can trade in all those upfront and ongoing expenses for a much more affordable monthly access fee.
And even though they’re more affordable, cloud providers also have an incredible amount of resources to put into their datacenters, so the servers you access over the cloud are more powerful, more reliable, and more secure than anything you’d be able to set up on your own.