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The first step towards achieving the dream - a modernised IT infrastructure that seamlessly enables your business to meet its goals - is for our professional auditors to pay a visit to your company site(s) and run a fine-tooth comb through your existing setup.
At the assessment stage, we look at each piece of software and functionality that currently exists within your business, as well as those gaps in functionality that are currently causing productivity to suffer.
Once a thorough assessment has been undertaken and we've agreed upon the architecture of your cloud solution - identifying in the process the potential software and functionality that we'll look to move to the cloud for your business - it's time to move on to the design stage.
Databases are one example of a technology that be fully integrated to operate in a cloud environment. So, what is a database? Good question. In most workplaces, a database can be defined as a stored collection of interrelated information, which can be easily accessed and managed by multiple parties.
Active Directory (or AD for short) is another service ripe for moving to the cloud, as it removes the need for businesses to run expensive on-site hardware dedicated to AD, making it an attractive option due to the significant potential for financial savings.
Line-of-business software, which as the name suggests is any specific application used in a particular niche or industry, can present a unique set of challenges when it comes to embracing cloud computing.
When it comes to the bread and butter of office IT operations, gaining speedy access to your files, along with the ability to quickly print when you need to, are typically the things most employers and workers would prioritise in terms of their basic needs.
Yay! It's time to migrate to the cloud. Following meticulous planning and risk assessment, migration day (or week) finally arrives.