The vast majority of UK businesses are now using the cloud in some form.
In less than a decade, the cloud has evolved from a concept that only techy people understood to something that’s become the norm. The increase in consumer up-take for personal use has also made the cloud and its concepts easier for people to understand at a business level.
It’s no exaggeration to say that cloud computing has revolutionised the way people do business; so much so that 88% of UK organisations have now adopted it in some form.
This means that data and apps can safely be accessed anywhere, by any authorised person. Great for flexibility and increased productivity.
There are thousands of different ways of using the cloud. And there’s no “one size fits all “solution that’s right for every business.
We know this because we’re cloud specialists, putting together specific solutions that perfectly match each business.
And this is where the fun begins. Because there are an infinite number of ways to implement the cloud for your business.
For many it’s right to keep servers in the building. For others, moving everything to the cloud is a possibility.
There’s no right or wrong way to do it; just what’s best for your specific business. It’s why you should always get an experienced, professional IT support company to pull together a technology strategy for you.
We’ve written a new educational guide to talk you through all of the different options.
And then, if you want to find out more, we’d be delighted to consult with you about your business.
If you’re already an existing customer you will find a link to the guide on your February newsletter email from us.
If you aren’t an existing customer click here to download your copy of our new guide right now.