At Cloud Solutions we know that cloud computing is the way to go. Many businesses know this already as well, but aren't sure how to get there. Is there anyone out there that can help a business make the transition to the cloud?
Yes there is.
You just sit back and focus on what's most important: your business. Our experts will get you and your employees' data and email setup with either Google Apps, or Office 365 (whichever makes the most sense for your business) smoothly and quickly. You'll hardly even know we're there.
The great thing about cloud computing, is once you're setup there's very little maintenance required. Remember that awful server that used to drive your IT department bonkers? You don't need it anymore. Let Google or Microsoft handle the server maintenance so your IT department can breathe again.
Cloud-based services help businesses significantly reduce software and hardware spending.
Unless your business is a digital security company, your information is safest in the hands of professionals.
Storing files on a secure, reliable, cloud-based service helps eliminate backup worries and gives you anytime access to your files. Such services require no maintenance from the user.
Cloud-computing allows for the best, simplest collaboration among team members in another office, or another continent.
With Google Apps for Work, you'll receive a number of additional business-grade services not included in the free consumer product, including: professional email at your domain, additional storage across Gmail and Drive, 24/7 phone and email support, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, interoperability with Microsoft Outlook, enhanced security features, and full administration of all user accounts.
Office 365 is built for your business. Now with the all new Office 2016. It’s the Office you know, plus tools to help you work better together, so you can get more done—anytime, anywhere. Buy Office 365 to get the new 2016 apps.
"Much of the great leverage of using computers these days is using them not just for computationally intensive tasks, but using them as a window into communication intensive tasks. . . Never have I seen something more powerful than this computation combined with this network." -Steve Jobs 1997 on Cloud Computing.