It’s unavoidable – there comes a time when all trusted hardware becomes outdated, old, or obsolete.
When that happens, you have to ask yourself a question – should your company continue to go through periodic hardware refreshes? Innovative cloud services such as Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are paving the way in this area, making storage easier, more affordable, and even more secure.
According to Microsoft, it’s estimated that an organization goes through a hardware refresh approximately every 3 years. To alleviate some of that hassle, we believe businesses should turn to Azure.
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What might motivate you to make the migration to the cloud with Azure?
- Your hardware has reached its physical capacity limit in its existing on-premises datacenter.
- Your datacenter does not have enough physical space to continue storing new data.
- Your hardware is unable to supply the necessary power or cooling.
- You’re looking to eliminate or reduce the management of hardware.
With Azure, you benefit from speed, scalability, and lower operating costs – plus the burden of management is basically alleviated. Moving to the cloud eliminates the datacenter completely; OffSite IT helps you to create a hybrid cloud deployment on-premise with Azure.
When OffSite IT handles your migration, we look for a solution that minimizes downtime so you’re able to continue serving clients and keep your operations running smoothly.
There are many factors you need to consider before and during the migration process – OffSite IT urges you to ask any questions you have right away. We’re eager to help you better understand the process of migration, and ensure it works smoothly and effectively for your business. We’ll discuss the timeline and plan, so you know exactly what’s going on. As your IT partner, we help you fully leverage the power of the cloud to improve your operations.
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