Can You Really Save Thousands on Expensive Software, Hardware, and Network Technology Upgrades?

By now, you’ve probably heard of Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Business. These are cloud computing alternative to purchasing, installing and maintaining Office productivity programs on your own in-house server. Now, instead of paying $300 per license, you can get access to all the applications via the Internet for a few bucks per month (like paying for a utility) through this new cloud computing service.

What Is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing or “going to the cloud” is very similar to the concept of paying for electricity as a utility rather than purchasing and running your own generator to power your home or office. Public utilities shoulder the burden of generating and delivering electricity and can provide a cheap, reliable, “pay as you go” service to anyone wanting water or power. Similarly, with cloud computing, the cost of hosting, securing and delivering network services (like Office or Apps) are owned by the utility company (in this case, Microsoft or Google).

Cloud computing isn’t limited to just office productivity applications. Many line of business applications that you may be using today, such as Practice Management, EMR, CRM, and ERP are now available in the cloud.

Is This a Smart Move?

The cost savings with services like Office 365 are hard to ignore; however, there are a number of things to consider before you jump ship to cloud computing. You need to consider the reliability of your Internet connection, what type of help desk support you want, security, what other applications (accounting, CRM, line of business applications, etc.) you need and which devices (scanners, printers, iPads) you need to use.

Free Cloud Computing Report Will Give You The Facts

If you want to know if cloud computing is right for you, you are not alone. That is why we created a FREE report to provide small practice and business owners and managers a simple, easy to read report that explains what cloud computing is, how it can (possibly) help their business and if so, what you need to know in order to make good decisions about choosing a cloud vendor.

In our free report, you’ll discover:

  • Why many small businesses and practices are replacing their older, more expensive, on-site server-workstation networks with cloud solutions
  • How cloud computing may allow you to extend the life of your existing hardware and potentially saving you thousands in capital expenses,
  • What changes, if any, you may need to make to your internet connection before you can move to the cloud, and
  • Why the security risks you may face may not be as bad as you think.

Download your free copy today at www.HighFallsIT.com/cloud-computing-top-five-questions/

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