Business Mobility & Cloud Computing Services

let your business do more with a whole lot less. 

Modern cloud computing services offer many advantages for businesses in today’s competitive environment, including growth potential without expensive hardware upgrades or downtime due to costly maintenance issues. Plus, access your business data anytime, anywhere – even when traveling abroad – with high levels of security and availability. And your team can quickly shift to remote work if needed with zero issues or confusion.

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Work However You Want

Your data and files made available anywhere, anytime, and from any device. Work how you like without being shackled to a desk – your business is always available from home, the airport, or another country. 

Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing Services for the SMB

Get enterprise-level storage, flexibility, tools, and intelligence without enterprise-level prices. Avoid costly hardware upgrades, enjoy unlimited scalability as your company grows, improved visibility to remote operations and work, and better strategies with enhanced analytics. 

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Improved Flexibility and Collaboration

View, change, and share business files in real-time with as many people as needed. Improve team collaboration and productivity, and allow employees to work in the way that makes them most effective.

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The Best in Security

Have peace of mind with 24/7/365 support and cutting-edge security. Our full team of IT experts ensures that things always work the way they should and are locked down with industry-leading security measures.

 

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Work from anywhere, gain valuable peace of mind, and boost data security with cloud business technology.

Cloud computing is the future (and present!) of business tech, but it’s not always easy to understand what you need and how much it will cost. There are so many options out there that it can be hard to know where to start. This confusion often leads businesses to make poor choices or avoid cloud solutions altogether.

The cloud isn’t just hype – it’s real and it can help your business or organization grow. But to get the best ROI, you need a guide to show you the way. You need an expert that can walk you through the transition so that you don’t have to worry about learning everything from scratch and can get the best results for your business.

 

By working with our team of experts, we’ll help your business move forward into this new era of technology by providing cloud computing services like IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), SaaS (Software as a Service), and more! We’ll work alongside your IT department or act as your fully outsourced IT team, depending on what you need.

We’ve got your back! Our team has worked with hundreds of companies just like yours and we’re ready to help you navigate the world of business mobility and cloud computing services. Let us show you why our clients love working with us and how we can put a plan in place for your company today!

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“Reese, Justin, Graham and team are amazing!! One of the best decisions I ever made for my business was to begin IT service. Anytime we have a problem they are there to help. Their response is timely and if it is something that cannot be fixed remotely they are onsite quickly. I definitely have peace of mind for all my computer needs with Techvera serving us. I would highly recommend them to anyone.”

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Frequently Asked Questions About Business Mobility & Cloud Computing Services

What is the cloud?

This is a tricky question in and of itself. Just like the clouds in the sky, there are many clouds when it comes to technology.

In the simplest terms, cloud computing means storing and accessing data and applications over the internet instead of your computer’s hard drive. It is using a network of computers to store and process information, rather than a single hard drive.

But, not all clouds are the same. You have options with public clouds, private clouds, as well as hybrid clouds. Choosing the right options for your business comes down to the needs and the amount of control you would like to have.

Public clouds: owned and operated by a third-party cloud service provider, which delivers their computing resources such as servers and storage directly through the internet. With a public cloud, the hardware and software are owned and managed by the cloud provider. You access these services and manage your account using a web browser.

Private clouds: unlike the public cloud, the private cloud is used by only one organization. A private cloud is one in which the services and infrastructure are maintained on a private network. Some companies also pay third-party service providers to host their private cloud.

Hybrid clouds: combine public and private clouds, which allows data and applications to be shared between them. Data and applications can move between public and private clouds as needed, offering better flexibility and more deployment options.

What are the benefits of using cloud services?

  • Increased flexibility: When you invest in cloud-based services, you achieve a higher level of flexibility. Remote cloud services provide you with virtually unlimited storage space and bandwidth. This lets businesses easily scale up and down to support ongoing growth and cope when traffic to their website increases. This also helps eliminate the need to buy or install upgrades and equipment on site. With cloud computing, you will have improved flexibility in the workplace. This is because your team can access data and applications on remote servers off-site, at any time, and in any location. This is true as long as there is an internet connection available.
  • Avoid having to “rip and replace”: A cloud computing environment can run on the current hardware infrastructure you have in place. Your business can move from traditional to cloud computing without having to invest in expensive upgrades or having to add to your current setup and infrastructure.
  • Save money: If you are concerned about the cost that goes along with moving to cloud computing, you aren’t the only one. Up to 20% of businesses and organizations are worried about the upfront costs of implementing cloud-based servers. However, if you weigh the pros and cons of using the cloud, it is important to think about more than just the upfront price. Once you have moved to the cloud, you will have fast and easy access to your business’s data, which will help you save both money and time. If you are concerned you will be paying for features you don’t want or need, it’s important to note that cloud-computing services are designed as pay as you go. This means if you don’t use the features, you don’t have to pay for them.
  • Business continuity: When your business invests in cloud computing, it offers a reliable backup and disaster recovery solution without setting up physical devices. For some businesses, investing in complex disaster recovery plans can be expensive, and backing up this data is extremely time-consuming. The design of the cloud is in a way where the data you store there is mirrored across servers. This means if one fails, the data is backed up instantly. When you can access data quickly after a failure occurs, it minimizes loss of productivity and website downtime.
  • Improved agility and scalability: Agile businesses are more successful than those that are not. Agility is gained from high levels of automation. With cloud computing services, you will find they are designed to be extremely self-provisioning and automated, giving end-users the ability to scale needs up and down without engaging in any manual intervention. With this in place, your business will be positioned to respond faster to customer demands, which helps improve responsiveness and service.

Why would a business want to use cloud services?

  • The cloud heightens business performance and agility: The cloud and high-speed internet make data transfers faster and make it easier for remote workers and in-office employees to have conversations in real-time. This is true whether workers are across town from each other or across the world from each other. Real-time conversations mean more work is accomplished in a day. Increased performance also occurs in the form of unlimited storage. When you upload information to the cloud, it frees up storage on your computers and ensures they process information more efficiently. It also protects your information from unexpected problems like system crashes or electrical outages. Cloud computing may even lead to a reduction in energy costs.
  • The cloud is flexible: Cloud computing is highly flexible and not just for communication and storing basic documents. Cloud providers put all the tools you need at your fingertips, making it easier to build websites or mobile applications no matter what industry your business operates in. You’ll also find databases, analytics and management tools, and a variety of other options that make the cloud flexible enough to work for nearly any type of business of any size. Another added flexibility function is the ease with which you can outsource your routine needs so that you can focus on the core portion of running your company: delivering excellent products and services.
  • Cloud services offer cost savings and ROI: Cost savings are potentially one of the best benefits of cloud-based business operations, especially if your company is new and still working on raising its profit margins. Software and hardware are often very expensive. A single system and its programs can run more than $1,000. When you multiply that by the number of employees you have, you could be looking at huge costs. Cloud computing cuts down on those numbers. It allows you to use only the space you need, and you can even rent the applications you want to use rather than purchase separate versions for every employee. You’ll use and pay for only what you need to.

Are cloud services and storage secure?

Yes! Cloud service and storage providers go to great lengths to ensure that the data they hold is protected. One data breach or slip-up could mean the loss of their entire customer base and their company shutting down.

Many businesses still believe that their data is more secure when they are the ones holding onto it. It gives a sense of control to keep everything yourself. However, your business does not have the same security resources as a cloud service provider who likely spends millions on cybersecurity and has a dedicated team to keep data safe and reliable.

It’s similar to your money and the bank; some people may prefer to keep all of their money in cash under their mattress or buried in the backyard! They don’t trust another entity to guard it and prefer that sense of control. But putting your money in a bank means it’s protected and insured against natural disasters, fraud, or any other sort of unexpected loss. Do you keep all your money in your house? Or is it in the bank and other financial accounts?

We always recommend keeping your data in multiple places for the best security and continuity options. A mix of cloud storage and services along with physical backups and storage is smart, and will ensure the highest data security.

 

What is business mobility?

It is the ability to use technology to go mobile and keep information secure in all work environments.

Accessing company data in any environment can be critical for day-to-day operations. Many employees access their business applications remotely on a variety of devices, like from home or from their tablet at a coffee shop. Making sure that this data is protected and safeguarded against unauthorized people accessing it wherever they are through business mobility solutions – such as remote deletion – makes doing work more efficient, productive, and most importantly, safe.

It offers organizations complete control over sensitive but necessary corporate information stored outside office networks by providing the application accessibility across any device with internet/cell connection – tablets, smartphones, and laptops alike. It’s the ideal mix of convenience, flexibility, and security for your business.