The 10 Stages of Business Email Compromise [infographic]
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When it comes to hosting your business data, applications and IT tools, you have options. You can purchase, house and maintain your own server, taking on the full cost of the hardware and upkeep yourself.
Or you can opt for managed hosting services.
Managed hosting services give you an easy way to consolidate business data and applications without the headache or expense of maintaining them, yourself. It’s a strategic, convenient solution for many businesses.
Maintaining and protecting your own onsite server is hard work. Not only that, but there are unavoidable significant expenses, including both the hardware and the staff necessary to set it up and monitor it. Managed hosting services allow you to side-step all of that.
Is your company growing? If so, managed hosting services are a no-brainer. Need more server space? It’s as easy as a quick adjustment and you’re done.
Managed hosting services are more than mere data storage. You can host your VoIP system as well as a number of business-grade applications.
Our managed hosting servers are well protected. You won’t have to worry about cyber criminals getting their hands on your valuable data.
On the user side, managed hosting services feel a lot like an onsite server. You’ll have access to the data, applications and IT tools you need whenever you need them—even if you’re not in the office. You get all the benefits without the bother or expense of maintaining them on your own.
Managed hosting services are flexible, scalable, and budget-friendly. If managed hosting is a good fit for your organization, there are a lot of reasons to consider the option.
We can help you determine if managed hosting services are a match for your overall business strategy. If they are, it may be time for you to make the move.
Many companies build or buy complex and often subpar software and maintain it internally. This makes moving to the cloud all the more worth considering.”