Accounting firms are facing greater pressure each month. So how does Cloud computing fit into all of this? Many accounting firms are switching to Cloud infrastructure for the following main benefits
When deploying multiple machines (and for the purposes of this article we're talking dozens, hundreds or even thousands) there are 4 distinct stages to the overall deployment process, and they need to be done correctly and in the correct order.
It can be difficult to compete with the huge IT infrastructure budgets of large organisations. Not being able to regularly invest in the necessary enterprise level technology can seriously halt the growth and productivity of your business. However, by choosing Cloud computing as your IT model, you will be able to access the high-level systems you wouldn't otherwise be able to afford.
Imagine you’re making a pie, and the recipe says you need 6 eggs. You happen to have a box with 6 eggs, but then you drop the box. This is where Failover comes in.
Cloud has become the new buzzword, and with law firms required to have Cyber Essentials certification, many are turning to Cloud in the hopes of a quick fix. There are, however, a few important considerations to keep in mind before deciding on which Cloud services provider to go with, and which services to choose.
Affordability First of all, money talks. Cloud services used to be much more expensive. Going back to the 80’s – Mainframe, the precursor to Cloud, was something only FTSE 500 companies could afford; now even the smallest of startups can arm themselves with the benefits of Cloud computing. This is largely due to economies of […]