It can be a struggle to keep up with the high cost of IT and its constantly changing technologies. Small to mid-sized companies specifically find this to be an issue due to fewer internal resources, the high cost of training, and the fact that most providers are geared toward larger enterprise-wide solutions. Therefore, to combat many of the most common IT issues, companies are moving towards adopting Cloud computing solutions.

A Cloud computing platform allows an infrastructure’s shared resources, software and information to be made accessible to computers and other devices as a utility over a remote secure network. Simply put, cloud computing solutions allow users to easily save and access data remotely, which has been stored off-site.

Benefits include improved agility, security, compliance and ROI as your IT infrastructure service provider seamlessly organizes, manages and implements the Cloud.

Cloud computing is also particularly beneficial for companies that have seasonal usage spikes when demand on the system are greater,  such as retailers during holiday shopping season, accounting firms during tax season, or organizations that see higher demand during inclement or warmer weather – all making access to immediate information more acute. Businesses must be able to access their data quickly or recover it quickly should the system crash. The scalability of the Cloud provides far greater and cost-effective agility when aligning computing power to meet present demand and usage spikes

dcVAST’s Private Cloud Computing solution delivers all the features and scalability of of a typical Cloud computing platform with the additional benefit of providing an isolated, private data center for customer data – where a server’s storage unit is not shared and is therefore reserved for the client’s private data only, adding an extra layer of protection.

Now is the time to consider private cloud computing and dcVAST can help you develop a plan for your business with a complimentary assessment.

Some of the considerations addressed include:

  • Desired performance, scale and security
  • Solutions for storage, replication and backup
  • Disaster recovery strategies

After your specific needs are uncovered you will be matched with a custom service solution.

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Additional Resources:

Don’t Settle for Backup as a Service When You Need Disaster Recovery as a Service

Cloud Should Be a Strategic Choice, Not a Default Decision

Choosing the Right Cloud Provider for Your Workloads