A Cloud Migration is Your Next Financial DriverWhy migrate to the cloud? With the adoption of an entirely new cloud IT support system in place for your business, confusion on who will be implementing and managing this system can make your choice troubling. So, why bother migrating your entire on-premise solution to the cloud? You can make a case for several strategical benefits such as easy to expand and contract, license usage for your workforce and pay as you go predictable spending.
Migrating to cloud IT support is the modern model of efficiency and lets you do more with less. Cloud service providers free up your time and keep you focused on what matters most to you and your organization.
Reliability without redundancy
When operating on-premise solutions, you’re buying everything and more. In any extreme case, you’re purchasing duplicate hardware pieces just to maintain your uptime and resiliency.
In the modern cloud computing model cloud IT support will handle every redundancy requirement for your business. This is one of the major ways you can benefit from cloud’s economies of scale, minimizing the need for extra hardware and management.
Lower Your Employee Costs
One of your biggest budget line items each year is staffing. Often employees, salaries, benefits and other incurring costs outweigh everything. Why? You are hiring the best talent for your company and it does not come cheap.
Implementing a cloud IT support service can reduce the human capital effect on your business by pushing your cloud computing management to your cloud service provider.
Don’t worry, the transition to a cloud service provider doesn’t mean you’re letting go of your personnel. It lets you reevaluate, redeploy talent and place them in another area that makes business sense for your organization.
Cloud computing means less power usage and lowers cost. Better hardware utilization and less time spent running backup on-premise solutions mean you’re not wasting energy. You’ll have the power of an entire server data center managed by your cloud service provider. Your cloud service provider already has provisions in place that reduce carbon footprint. For more insight into planning your budget for your 2017 fiscal year, here is your short guide.