Move to Cloud Computing Eventual for All Medium-Sized Businesses

Businesses will cease to buy servers within the next 10 years, according to Cisco Australia’s chief technology officer, Kevin Bloch. Further, business owners often hear that the move to cloud computing will save them up to 26%, and since cloud computing eliminates the need for hardware in your offices, this can also free up space that you can use for other purposes such as storage or even new office space. As the leading provider of hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area, Venture Computers offers industry-leading and cost-effective cloud computing solutions to small- and mid-sized businesses.

The big stumbling block that prevents many business owners from migrating their systems to cloud computing is that they may feel that they do not receive the same level of personal attention from a cloud computing provider as they would a hardware vendor. As a top provider of hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area, we take a highly personal approach and don’t treat you like a number, but rather a valued customer.

We also realize that there may be issues surrounding cloud computing, such as data sovereignty. As experts are providing cloud computing and hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area at Venture Computers, we will provide you with advice on everything you need to know about making the move to cloud computing, including any issues that may arise and how to avoid or solve them.

The biggest benefit of making the move to cloud computing is the savings. However, according to Bloch in his recent address to mid-market executives in Australia, there are a couple other benefits that can be derived from migrating to cloud computing. As a provider of hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area, we offer monthly plans that incorporate these benefits and can be customized to your business’ needs and budget.

Another advantage for medium-sized businesses migrating to cloud computing is that it allows them to participate in what is being called “the third wave of the Internet,” the “Internet of things.” This is something that the mid-sized market cannot afford to procrastinate about getting on board with.

It is currently estimated that the 50 billion “things” found on the Internet will soon be linked together, and medium-sized business need to start leveraging their data or risk being left behind. As the top provider of hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area, we will help you to smoothly make the transition to cloud computing by training you and your staff on its use, as well as offering support and a secure place to store your data.

Don’t get left in the dust when it comes to cloud computing. Call Venture Computers for the best hosted servers in the Greater Toronto Area!

Source:
Bailey, M., “Moving to cloud inevitable for all business: Cisco CTO Kevin Bloch,” Business Review Weekly web site, September 17, 2014; http://www.brw.com.au/p/business/mid-market/moving_bloch_cloud_inevitable_for_CXEiGx6t946nX6kVYJ66ZP.