If you are still using on-premises servers and haven’t yet moved to the cloud, you should realize that you can increase the performance of your applications and data while solving the most important challenges of your business and IT infrastructure, by moving to the cloud.
Do More With Less
When your applications are running in the cloud, you will have fewer servers on site, thus saving on hardware costs and enabling you to get more from your investment in IT. Virtualisation, which is built into Windows Server, works just as well in the cloud.
Protect Your Business
Thanks to the cloud, you can rest easy knowing that when an unexpected event or natural disaster results in downtime, your data is safe and you can get your business back up and running in minutes.
Reduce storage costs The cloud allows users to have as much storage as they need, when they need it, and it allows users to quickly scale storage up and down.
Increase compute on demand Move your applications to the cloud, where they can get the resources they need as and when they are needed.
Advantages of the cloud
- Lower upfront cost, storage cost, and maintenance
- Easily managed virtualisation
- High levels of security
Empower your teams Allow your users and departments to ‘spin up’ servers and software in the cloud as they are needed. Allowing your team to use modern technologies is empowering.
Grow Your Business
Businesses like yours need to make the most of every competitive advantage, and the cloud can make all the difference! With the end of support for older versions of Windows Server, now is the time to upgrade and move to the cloud to ensure continuous security, compatibility, and performance.
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