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Cloud computing has been around for a while now, so the question of whether cloud computing is beneficial or not is an outdated topic. It’s already proven itself as the answer to mobility, agility, budgeting and scalability needs. Today, the questions have become different and much more complex: Which cloud solution(s) should I choose? Do those solutions meet my operational, compliance and financial needs? Will those solutions integrate well with my other software tools? Should services be stacked on to optimize productivity and ROI? The list goes on…
This is exactly where TVG fits in. Our Cloud Consultants help L.A. and IT Support Nashville area businesses navigate the sea of thousands of cloud vendors to find the products and plans best suited for them. We then ensure that those solutions are properly implemented, integrated and managed to maximize ROI, filling any gaps in delivery and utilization.
Cloud computing is the practice of storing and managing data on a network of remotely located servers through the Internet, instead of personal computers or local servers. For most people, cloud computing or “The Cloud” has become such an ambiguous term that it has made it appear more complex or mysterious than it really is. The reality is that cloud computing is not all that different from a typical, on-site computer network — it simply uses the internet to accomplish its goals.
One of the biggest benefits of cloud computing touted by providers is cost savings. But is the cloud really less expensive than traditional network solutions?
Yes and no. Here’s why…
Most cloud solutions operate on a subscription based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, which means companies pay an ongoing, monthly fee instead of an upfront fee. When looking at the longevity of cloud use, the total fees may not be cheaper but the operational payment structure (as opposed to upfront capital expense) makes it much more manageable. Ultimately, the potential for substantial cost savings comes down to an organization’s needs and what those needs require from a networking standpoint.
Conversely, companies also choose to NOT USE cloud computing for the following reasons:
Important Note: A network does not have to operate solely in the cloud or on-premise. It can be a combination (or hybrid) of the two for various reasons. i.e. A company may primarily utilize an on-premise server yet backup their data using the cloud.
We help Los Angeles area companies with cloud computing consulting, solution adoption and ongoing management. And while we do help companies select and implement cloud solutions as a project, a vast majority of our clients utilize our Managed Cloud Services to help them optimize their use of the cloud while ensuring their employees and operations stay up and productive.
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