How Do You Know If The Cloud is Right for Your Company?
Cloud computing is a disruptive trend that has been gaining traction for some time. However, it appears that many businesses are still unsure about how cloud computing can help them with their business initiatives. Although it may appear to be a complicated concept, cloud computing simply means that your data is stored offsite in someone else’s data center.
Why Shift to the Cloud?
Cloud computing is a trend that has been gaining traction for some time. However, we find that many businesses ask why they should migrate to the Cloud.
Companies choose to migrate to the cloud for a variety of reasons. The advantages of flexibility, scalability, cost savings, and so on are weighed against concerns about availability. Companies may also choose to deploy a variety of use cases, such as backup, disaster recovery, test/dev, and so on.
Moving to the cloud through JENLOR has advantages for businesses of all sizes. For small and medium-sized businesses that cannot afford capital-intensive infrastructure, the cloud is more cost-effective, easier to deploy, and manage. Making the investment does not necessitate large sums of money or extensive planning. For businesses with strict deadlines, this means that projects can get off to a faster start.
Benefits of Using JENLOR to Shift to the Cloud
Security: Security concerns were perhaps the weakest link in the early days of cloud adoption. However, more people are now realizing that these fears are unfounded.
Customer Satisfaction: Customer satisfaction is critical in any business. You wouldn’t be able to run a business without it. In a competitive market, customer satisfaction can go a long way because customers can easily switch back and forth.
Customer satisfaction appears to be playing a much larger role in the cloud than in the past. Many times, the cloud allows businesses to not only share their product, but also to improve its efficiency and make their customers’ lives easier.
Happier Employees: Last but not least, happier workers. Employees who are happier produce better results across the board. By creating an environment conducive to happier employees, you can expect happier customers, which leads to increased business growth. There are other factors that can influence this, but in general, happier employees are not only more productive, but they also stay with the company longer, which means you have a higher retention rate and the benefits that come with employees who stay with the company.
With the cloud, you can give employees remote access, which gives them more flexibility and can be a major factor in an employee’s happiness. It will also provide increased levels of security, which will benefit the company in a variety of ways.
Contact JENLOR today to learn more about how the cloud can benefit your business or to discuss your specific needs.