With many line of business applications moving to the cloud and more employees working remotely, it’s no wonder that Gulf Coast businesses are looking to move more of their workflow to cloud computing.
A decision to migrate to cloud computing needs to be based on many factors such as apps, features, storage, number of users, scalability, time, memory space and the bandwidth to pull data locally.
At AGJ we work with small and medium-sized companies in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana trying to right size their cloud computing strategies.
Not sure if a cloud environment is right for your organization? Ask yourself these questions.
With IT consulting guidance from AGJ, businesses can choose a solution that suits your productivity needs as well as your budget. We’ll help you determine when it’s the right time to move and what changes you can expect when you do.
Eliminates capital expenses of buying hardware and software and setting up and running on-site data centers.
Cloud computing services are provided self service and on demand, so even larger computing resources can be accessed quickly.
Data storage capacity, processing power and networking can all be scaled using existing cloud computing infrastructure. Better yet, scaling can be done quickly and easily, typically with little to no disruption or down time.
Cloud delivers the right amount of IT resources (i.e., computing power, storage, bandwidth) right when they’re needed
Cloud computing runs on a worldwide network of secure datacenters, which are regularly upgraded to the latest generation of fast and efficient computing hardware. The result is reduced network latency for applications and greater economies of scale.
Ready to gain clarity around cloud computing for your organization? Schedule an assessment: