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Should you switch cloud service providers?

With the rapid advancements and changes in cloud technology, your cloud service provider must offer unmatched financial value while also freeing up your internal teams to focus on areas of growth.

If you think that your cloud provider can no longer meet your business's needs or are concerned about any of the following issues, you may need to switch cloud service providers. [...]

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Six essential cloud business applications for SMBs

With the continuous advancement of business IT over the years, many business software programs are now hosted on and accessible through the cloud. This means employees can utilize these cloud business apps from anywhere, anytime, using almost any internet-connected device.

Among the many cloud-based business apps in the market, here are six that we believe small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) like yours must have in their arsenal. [...]

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Microsoft Cloud is special for business

Why Microsoft Cloud is special for business

For your small business to grow, your operations must be efficient and ready to serve more customers. To improve your processes and increase your capacity, you need powerful IT in the form of Microsoft Cloud. Let's take a look at how Microsoft Cloud can unlock the potential of your business. [...]

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How to maximize colocation and the public cloud for your business

Many companies are migrating to the public cloud for very good reasons. Cloud technology can help you save a lot of money, improve your operation’s flexibility, and open you up to new solutions that make business processes more efficient. But migration isn’t a practical option for businesses with concerns such as:

● Business-critical legacy applications that cannot be migrated to the cloud
● Security or compliance issues brought about by the public cloud’s multitenant structure
● Users having limited control and visibility over the public cloud environment

Such businesses usually use on-premises (on-prem) servers, invest in third-party private clouds, or implement colocation. Colocation, in particular, is a popular option because it offers most of the benefits of on-premises and cloud servers while being a lot easier on a company’s finances. [...]

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Public cloud vs colocation: Which is better for your business?

Hosting your own servers in your office has plenty of benefits, especially in terms of data security, but doing so can be severely prohibitive. Besides spending on the upfront cost of necessary hardware and software, you’ll have to budget for repairs, maintenance, upgrades, and the possibility of hiring additional personnel who will manage your machines. What’s more, servers take up space, consume electricity, and require cooling to function properly.

Business owners looking to avoid these issues usually have two options: the public cloud or colocation. [...]

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Desktop-as-a-Service

Deploy virtual desktops faster with Desktop-as-a-Service

Managing and maintaining your organization’s desktop environment in-house takes up a lot of time and resources. Your IT staff must constantly support, troubleshoot, and update your business computers and applications. Unfortunately, this task is even more demanding if all or many of your employees are working remotely. [...]

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