Written by: Jay H.
Cloud hosting has grown in popularity in recent years. In fact, by the end of 2020, sixty-seven percent of enterprise software infrastructure is projected to become cloud-based. So, why are so many organizations migrating to the cloud? Learn all of the benefits of cloud computing with us.
One of the biggest reasons businesses say they aren’t switching to cloud hosting is because they believe that the costs are too high. However, that couldn’t be further than the truth. Since you’re not hosting your data, you save immensely on hardware and maintenance costs. You also only pay for the services you use, so you don’t have unnecessary extra charges. Most businesses, in fact, report substantial cost savings after switching to cloud computing.
Daily Backups and Rapid Recovery
Our backups store your data securely and, in the event of an emergency, we will rapidly recover your data. So while you can’t predict disasters, you can rest easy knowing your information is safe and secure, no matter what happens. Think about it – how much data would you be able to recover on your own if something were to happen?
No matter where you are in the world, you can access your corporate data at any time on any Internet-connected device. Therefore, it’s easy for you to get access to what you need, no matter when you need it. Switching to cloud computing gives your business more freedom and the ability to function from any location.
Another major concern businesses have with cloud computing is the reliability it provides. However, cloud hosting is much more reliable than on-premise data centres. Our servers are equipped with redundant hard drives and power supplies to ensure that your services stay running. For companies with their own data centres, the cost of fire suppression, redundant hard drives, and extra power supplies are incredibly high. So, for most companies, the costs are too high to match cloud hosting providers’ reliability.
You only pay for what you need, when you need it. As your business grows and your needs evolve, we add more servers and capacity as required. However, if you were doing your hosting, scaling can be much more difficult and costly. With cloud hosting, adapting is quick and easy.
Many organizations worry about how secure hosting data in the cloud is. However, cloud computing is even safer than keeping data onsite. Cloud hosting minimizes external and internal data threats. Ninety-four percent of organizations saw an improvement in security after switching to cloud computing. So, you can rest easy knowing your organization’s data is safe and secure in the cloud.
Ready to get on cloud 9? Contact us today, and start enjoying the benefits of cloud computing!
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