Many companies are interested in implementing “the cloud” into their business, but aren’t quite sure how to do it. This is understandable because there are many ways to utilize cloud server infrastructure.
One significant benefit of cloud hosting services is the reduced energy consumption. As a recent post from Pike Research points out, outsourcing data centers leads to savings on manpower, money, and energy. Clouds are less expensive to operate, consume less energy, and have higher utilization rates than traditional data centers.
Both halves of your two-person “IT department” are fidgeting nervously.
A holiday is right around the corner — Christmas, Memorial Day, whatever — which calls for a coin toss to determine who’s on call to tend the servers.
It’s a secret ceremony kind of thing, usually involving a mano-a-mano recitation of choice lines from The Matrix.
If it’s time for your business to consider moving to the cloud, it is time to start studying your options.
The key to succeeding with the move is finding the right cloud hosting partner for you.
Business today requires a different model of computing technology than just a few short years ago. The challenge of the IT industry is to keep up with the need for quicker information transfer, availability of data in a variety of locations, and vaster amounts of storage capacity.
Hear from our cloud hosting customer, Jess Askey, web developer for New Belgium Brewing as he discusses the web service they receive from Green House Data.
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