"The Cloud" has always held an ambiguous and to a certain degree intimidating stature for most of them out there. There has been myriad interpretation about what the Cloud is and how businesses could leverage the platform to have a more scalable, reliant and cost-effective approach in managing their IT. One of the most surprising fact is that given its ubiquitous presence, small to medium sized businesses are still having trepidation to make the "big" move, and we sure understand the problem here.
Large enterprises have heavily migrated their IT infrastructure to the cloud, given they have the required skilled personnel to drive the migration, but well, that comes for a fat paycheck, which SMBs really can't afford. But should that be hindering SMBs to leverage the flexibility and functionality of the cloud? Well, we believe that shouldn't be the case, hence we are here to assist.
Most small businesses depend on half-baked on-premise rudimentary storage and servers, accommodating mission critical files and programs for the organization. The biggest challenge that these businesses face is managing their corporate data, allowing maximum retention and accessibility. Having a semi-skilled IT staff to manage the infrastructure comes with a bunch of caveats, one of them being overpaying someone for the services which doesn't really promise the optimal administration of the IT assets and the critical data. And the catch being professionals and consultants come very expensive, which again surpasses SMB's shoe-string budget.