Could your team get more done more quickly if they had mobile access to their entire workflow? Our mobility consultants can help you sort through the pros and cons of mobile processes.
Let’s start by saying that we understand that the cloud is not a magic bullet or the answer to every problem within a company’s internal processes. However, we have seen companies successfully leverage cloud hosting, applications, and workflow to give themselves mobility plus a boost in collaborative capability and business continuity capacity.
We know how crucial mobility is already to your productivity. Your staff is already likely to use web-based applications to get things done. But with cloud-based assets, there’s much more available.
Sensible Systems is eager to help our clients understand and benefit from the world of cloud computing. Utilizing the cloud ensures that you’re getting the best return on your IT investment. In addition to increasing your productivity and improving your output, cloud computing also keeps your data protected.
After a thorough review of what you are trying to achieve, the IT assets you own, and the capacity of cloud assets to meet your requirements, our team of mobility specialists often recommend one or more of the following.
It gets tough keeping track of all your data when you’re on the go, but cloud solutions help you manage your tasks and get work done without any hassle.
Our partnership with Microsoft gives you the best and most reliable tools to work effectively from anywhere you go. We know you need the right services and solutions to thrive, and with the cloud, you’ve got them.
As attractive as mobile flexibility is to Colorado businesses, there is still a concern among some business owners regarding the security of putting their data and internal processes into a cloud infrastructure. The feeling is that the cloud may be less secure than having and maintaining an on-site server.
Just the opposite is true.
On-site servers are subject to breakdowns, natural disasters, fire, flood, and criminal activity. Added to this, local servers are often not maintained well from an IT security point of view. In contrast, because a data center serves the public, high standards of physical security, cybersecurity, and legislative/industry-standard compliance are maintained and monitored by IT professionals.Contact Us