Introduction

Besides the savings on brand new servers to replace old ones, and increased software licensing costs, there are also hidden savings.

  • Reduced licensing costs
  • Reduced training costs
  • Improved security due to centralization of data
  • Lower electrical, maintenance, and facility costs
  • Offloaded responsibility from internal IT department to cloud computing services provider
  • Access to your applications anytime and from anywhere in the world with an internet connection

Financial Savings

Cloud computing has more benefits to offer than the amount of money your business will save on purchasing new servers when old ones become damaged or obsolete. You will also save on expensive licensing costs, which can be a severe and unexpected cost for many businesses. If your business relies significantly on certain software to manage clients, day-to-day transactions and other important aspects of the company, you may find yourself spending more than you need to as licenses expire or new versions of the software you use are released. Cloud computing turns this expensive model on its head by hosting all the applications you need in the cloud, where your employees will always have access to what they need.

Cloud computing is also a powerful way to combat other hidden costs. Adding a new node do your cloud infrastructure is significantly different from the traditional method. Texas businesses once had to endure the cost of hiring new employees or training current staff members to manage new business processing software, install new technology and troubleshoot any problems that arose. With cloud computing, adding a new node is a simple process that requires no additional training or time expenditure.

Security

One of the most significant benefits of cloud computing is the improved security. Because all your data is centralized in the cloud, it is much easier to protect and manage. The Network Elites professionals will work diligently to monitor all your data within the crowd and keep you up-to-date on any security threats that may arise. Because data in the cloud is easier to manage, security threats are far less likely to arise and much easier to address swiftly once they do. Your data will also be protected if the physical technology in your office is destroyed or taken offline due to vandalism, water damage or disaster.

Lower Energy Consumption

Cloud computing is also associated with lower energy costs since the technological powerhouse of your business is located offsite. This means lower electrical bills, fewer maintenance issues and less space required for storage. By transferring your computing services from your in-house IT department to Network Elites, you will have the ability to access your applications from anywhere in the world and the peace of mind that comes with knowing someone is always monitoring your valuable information.

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