Cloud-based technology services are reshaping the way businesses operate
There is no standard solution for a reliable network, but most organizations are moving their key infrastructure out of the closet and into the cloud either to improve redundancy or to leverage cloud to improve thier business. The services available range from desktop as a service or disaster recovery as a service to Infrastructure and Platform as a service. How do you determine what is the right fit for your organization?
ARG can help you identify the important aspects you need to consider when moving to the cloud. Regardless of your objective or requirements, if you’re considering the cloud, ARG will provide critical information to help you construct the most effective solution for your organization while ensuring your compliance or other considerations are met.
We will help you understand:
- Current cloud market and bring providers that fit your needs
- Compliance & security considerations
- Business continuity and disaster recovery options
- How to ensure user experience
- How to leverage solutions for maximum organizational impact
- Cost implications of moving services to the cloud and how to optimize your Total Cost of Ownership
- Trends, today and coming in the near future, which should factor in your decisions
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Sample Use Case for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
An ARG client for voice and data was on the verge of making a substantial investment in infrastructure. Even though time was of the essence, we asked them to consider an alternative to resolve their situation. Rather than just replace what they had, we encouraged them to think differently. The results speak for themselves...
Here at ARG we are proud to have one of the best Cloud Advisors on our team heading into 2016. The cloud market is a daunting place for company’s looking to cloud their infrastructure, but luckily, we have the right person on our side that can now be on yours. To see what we’re talking about, here’s ARG Cloud Advisor Jim Begley’s take on the state of the cloud market at the end of 2015: