The age of storing data in hard drives is long gone and might even soon be obsolete. Back in late 2013, there was a forecast predicting that spending on public IT cloud services would touch $47.4 billion. By this year, 2017, it has also been predicted that this would increase up to $107 billion or more. Staggering numbers, right?
In a nutshell, storing your data on the cloud is quite close to becoming the new “normal.” How have all these businesses made the choice to move to the cloud? It’s because along with the obvious advantages like the sheer flexibility of accessing your data from anywhere, and the amount of efficiency that increases, you also have disaster recovery at your fingertips.
When you have a business that is constantly growing, it isn’t easy to manage the huge infrastructure changes that come along. It’s easy to fall into the trap of “we’ll cross the bridge when we come to it” kind of thinking, but what companies don’t take into account is the time and the money they are going to spend then, or the sheer pressure they would be in, at that point in time.
When you have the help of a partner who evaluates the environment ahead of time and then gives you the solution, life gets much easier.
In the case of a dental practice management company with over 40 locations across the US in Florida, Virginia, Arizona and California,
SG1 helped build a road map to a unified infrastructure built for future expansion.
With the help of SG1’s customized cloud solutions, our customer could deliver a smooth transition for all their employees, both old and new, and the customer could even expand their operations, without having to worry about transition issues. Security in the healthcare industry is crucial because of the sensitive and confidential data, but using the new system provided the customer with more secure management and more efficient technical support.
With the help of cloud solutions, not only can you store and access data and programs over the web (accessible via any device) instead of your computer’s hard drive at a fraction of the existing cost, you can also improve on efficiency.
Our cloud specialties also include – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Desktop as a Service (DaaS), and Backup as a service (BaaS). Security in the long run, and an efficient and stress-free environment in the short – what’s not to like?