Cloud Computing

X10D can help open your eyes to the possible uses of cloud computing, consult with us to discover your options.

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing allows you to access a whole range of software via the internet, with all of your data securely and remotely stored.

This means you may never have to purchase a new server or pay to upgrade your software again.

It is a fantastic way to cut your costs because you only pay for what you use. It can improve productivity because yours teams can more easily collaborate, and it enables your workforce to easily become more mobile.

In recent years more and more businesses are using cloud technology because it is flexible, scalable and affordable.

Cloud software can replace or complement many of the systems you currently use, including:

  • Email Systems
  • Database Systems
  • Payroll Software
  • Accounting Software
  • Tools for Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Presentations and Diagrams
  • Task Management
  • File Sharing and Storage
  • Data Backup

I’m Worried… Is my Data Safe in the Cloud?

We understand that data security is high on your priority list, and we know you may feel that storing your sensitive business information ‘somewhere on the Internet’ sounds less secure than keeping it in house. To put your mind at rest we can demonstrate to you how moving your data to the cloud can actually improve security and make it less likely to be lost or stolen.

Furthermore we are able to assess where your data may be vulnerable and build in extra levels of security, this will ensure that only those who you authorise can gain access to your information.

How Do X10D Help You?

Our service starts by identifying which of your business operations could be moved onto cloud based software. We will then research which of the available options would suit your individual business.

Once we have identified how your business can take advantage of a cloud based service we will help you project manage the migration.

To ensure your business is making the best use of the new systems, we will continue to support you and your staff for as long as necessary.

If you’re still not sure whether cloud computing would be right for you or want to find out more please contact us.

Cloud Computing

Case Studies/Articles

As my business has changed over time new challenges have emerged. Not only is most of the software I use 'virtual' but so is my new personal assistant, Becky.

The geographical distance between us precludes regular meetings, our working days precludes regular phone conversations and although an obvious solution, email does present it's own challenges.

News

Microsoft Digs At Cloud Competitors With New OneDrive Discounts by @jodim readwr.it/a1vn

About 3 years ago from Chris Barnett's Twitter via Twitter for Websites