Cloud technology is arguably one of the most important technological advancements of the 21st century. Investing in these capabilities is one of the smartest things small and medium-sized business owners can do for the future of their organizations. From data storage to apps to digital workspaces, the cloud gives you the freedom and control to leverage your business operations to compete with larger organizations. It’s your ticket to innovation without the high price tag.
With Zuryc, Inc’s cloud services, we give our clients confidence without compromise. We understand that to survive in increasingly competitive industries, SMBs need to be leaders in collaboration and communication. Integrating these services into their operations is now faster and safer than ever before thanks to new cloud technologies like hybrid clouds or multi-clouds. It should come as no surprise then that cloud computing is reaching the highest level on its disruption scale. The market is expected to grow 17.5 percent this year from $182.4 billion last year.
Business owners are finally starting to take cloud technology seriously. Looking back five years, only a handful of companies would have even talked about integrating cloud computing and IT services into their operations; today, it’s the new normal as every company has begun having this conversation. While every company stands to benefit from the cloud, these are the businesses that could see the most fundamental changes:
Fully remote companies
At Zuryc, we no longer see work as a “place.” Fully remote companies are more and more common as they cut ties with their dependence on on-site hardware. Employees no longer need to be married to their cubicles to do their jobs well. Thanks to cloud-based services, all necessary applications and information can be accessed anywhere, at any time, and on any device. Documents can be safely and securely shared across teams and internal and external communication is now easier than ever before, all while employees work out of their homes or while on the road.
Many nurses and medical professionals still worry that the cloud isn’t safe enough yet for the private nature of their industry. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Private or hybrid cloud platforms give healthcare organizations the ability to have even more control in how patient documents are shared or accessed. Cloud technology also assists in the smooth integration of important regulations while simplifying the organization’s IT solutions. We have seen an increase in the number of healthcare organizations we work with as more medical professionals recognize the benefits of the cloud.
Local government officials have always been tasked to do less with more. With stricter budgets, officials need to figure out how to increase their operations and deliver the best IT solutions at a lower cost, but without sacrificing efficiency. Like healthcare organizations, local governments can also use private or hybrid cloud computing to protect important government information, as well as citizen data. As government agencies are more prone to increasing numbers of sophisticated cybersecurity threats, a managed service provider (MSP) can help make sure that the right people are accessing your network.
If you are in one of these industries and are looking to transition to the cloud, talk to one of our experts today to see what we can do for you.