Stop worrying about lost data or limited server capacity. Instead, secure your information on the cloud for built-in disaster recovery methods and unlimited scalability. If you’re not sure how to choose the right storage plan for your business’ needs, we’ll help determine your goals and recommend an option that provides the right capacity, flexibility, and security.
What does cloud storage mean for your business?
If you store your information on a local server, you run the risk of losing your data (temporarily or permanently) due to an internet outage or server crash. If you need to access information remotely but your local server is down, you can’t get to the files. Do you have important information stored on your cell phone? If the answer is yes, that means when your phone is lost, so is your data. But, when you move your data to the cloud, all of your information is securely stored and managed by an off-site provider with safeguards in place to prevent or quickly remedy any data loss.
- Reliable Remote Access
- Cost Savings Opportunities
- Outsourced Data Management
Reliable Remote Access
Don’t worry about local internet outages when you’re at an off-site meeting or a malfunctioning device that blocks you from retrieving data. Cloud storage means you’re not bound by the restrictions of using a single device to access your information; instead, you can access it remotely anywhere you have an internet connection. Even if your computer crashes, you can still log in to the cloud remotely and retrieve your files.
Cost Savings Opportunities
There’s a new solution to buying and replacing expensive servers: diversified cloud storage that can be increased or reduced at any time. With a monthly rate, you get capabilities including:
- Increased storage capacity
- Higher redundancy
- Nearly unlimited scalability
- Enhanced productivity for internal staff
Outsourced Data Management
Save your IT team the headache of monitoring your data security efforts. When you shift to a cloud-based model, your information is fully managed by your industry-leading provider, who is backed by professional experience and security certifications. You won’t have to worry about data breaches or lost files, because you’ll be supported by redundant, safeguarded information security.