Most customer engagements begin here, to identify how the benefits of the Cloud might best be realized. Depending on your company, several aspects of their IT infrastructure are considered, such as communications, collaboration, messaging, productivity, application development and maintenance, data center and other hosting requirements, security and identity management, mobile and other device connectivity, and software asset management to name but a few.
The end result is a quantification of the business impacts that a company could derive from Cloud adoption, as well as a staged roadmap to realize these economic and other business gains.
Access from Anywhere: Whether you’re working in your office or on the go, you get a familiar, top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. always the latest versions—let you create, edit, and share from your PC/Mac or your iOS, Android or Windows devices with anyone in real time.
Low Financial Risk: Switch from CAPEX to OPEX. Simply put, capital expenditures tend to be major investments in goods, which show up on the balance sheet and are depreciated over the life of the asset, typically 3 years, whereas operating expenditure shows up on the profit and loss account and relates to expenses incurred on an ongoing basis.
Easy Deployment: Cloud lets you quickly and easily deploy your infrastructure in a consistent, repeatable way. Third party products like BitTitan are available to aid in some of these tasks.
Time Management: Relieve your IT staff from daily maintenance and start finishing critical projects, faster.
Security: Enterprises are no longer wondering if they should risk migrating applications and data to the cloud. They’re doing it — but security remains a serious concern. Each of our vendors can break down any security concerns you might have.