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First, let’s briefly cover the concept of Cloud Computing. Back in the late 1800’s, companies – largely factories – were required to produce their own electricity to operate the tools and machines they used. It was very expensive and only larger companies could compete. In the early 1900’s that all changed with electricity becoming a utility just like it is today. Now anyone could “plug” into electricity at a cost that was affordable to any business. This changed the entire landscape of business competition allowing smaller companies that could not previously afford to generate their own power to be competitive.
Today the same Technological Revolution is happening with Cloud Computing. Think of it this way, the web and cloud computing is to storing and processing data what the electrical grid and the electric company is to plugging in your coffee maker: a more convenient, more reliable and less expensive way to access the “computing power” and resources you need. Technology analysts agree that Cloud Computing is becoming widely adapted by small, medium and large organizations and businesses.
So why are organizations and businesses moving to the Cloud, especially the GO Concepts Private Cloud?
Over just the next few years small and mid-sized organizations and businesses will shift over 2.4 million on-premise servers into the cloud, allowing them to leverage more technology than most could ever image. If you think cloud may not be right for your organization or business you might want to think about it this way, what might other organizations be doing and how far behind might you be if they moved to the cloud.
Is the GO Concepts Private Cloud right for my organization? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-934-8235 today to book a consultation with a strategic IT advisor. We are The Premier Information Technology Solutions Provider In Ohio For Agencies, Independent Providers and County Boards For the Developmentally Disabled.