Small business is having a hard time keeping up with the increasing costs of server hardware – especially when staying properly protected. Additionally, more businesses have remote workers at least a few days a week and don’t know how to keep their businesses protected when employees are working away from the office. Businesses have heard the term “cloud” for over a decade but don’t know what it means or where to start.
Midwest IT understands how to make your budget make sense with a cloud setup – short-term and long-term. You need to understand when it makes sense to move to the cloud both financially and strategically – and to do it the right way to make sure you stay protected from today’s increasing cyber threats.
Many of our clients that have moved to the cloud have seen up to 66% savings over the cost of using an onsite server. With the savings, they have increased security features, more productive remote work, and faster recovery for their employees if something goes wrong (crashes or possible security breaches). On top of this, you also get the premium support, advice, and protection that Midwest IT has provided for over 18 years.
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What upfront costs can I expect?
The up-front costs for our cloud platform only involve purchasing cloud-enabled network hardware. We have 12-month financing available to spread the cost over time.
When am I a good candidate to move to the cloud?
The main criteria are you only use filesharing and printing in your business process and everything else you use is on websites. Midwest IT evaluates this during the introductory process to ensure you are a good candidate.
What if I grow very quickly or add a product that needs an onsite server after I’m in the cloud?
Midwest IT specializes in BOTH Cloud and Onsite setups and how to move between the two. We would simply evaluate the needs and present the costs to bring what is needed in-house. You would still stay completely protected with your onsite setup and the remaining data in the cloud.