The case for moving to the cloud
Arguably one of the biggest advantages of migrating to the cloud is that it frees up support staff from unproductive chores such as patching and maintaining server and desktop infrastructures, dealing with user support requests, running backups and managing the headache of disparate applications.
As business and server infrastructures grow, these costs become very significant and so moving to the cloud can achieve major cost and energy savings. Equally should customers need to scaled, their requirements can be ramped up and down almost instantly, with costs matched to levels of business activity. This saves on the need to make any “lumpy” capital investments where future business demands are hard to predict.
The cloud is the natural place for data that needs to be shared using modern collaboration software, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) products, document repositories and communication tools. All our services are securely accessed over the internet without the need to download or store sensitive corporate data.
Furthermore, customers are no longer tied to their office based PC’s, but are free to work at home or while on the road. You can then deal with the consumerisation of IT head on, improve security and lower hardware costs by allowing client staff to use their own computers and mobile devices.
Needless to say, all of this increases staff efficiency and ultimately saves money.
What is special about White Label Box?
The White Label Box infrastructure is the result of more than two years of development. Its combination of convenience, flexibility and ease of use represents a radical advance over currently available cloud offerings.
We have thought through the needs of both small and medium-sized businesses, and have configured a highly advanced delivery and control system, that can satisfy most I.T. requirements via an infrastructure that is resilient, reliable and secure.
Our cloud offerings use UK data centres, thereby avoiding many customers’ concerns about the location of their data, EU data protection regulations and the U.S. Patriot Act.
Migration of users and data to the cloud can be a daunting prospect; but we have assisted many organisations with this process, and can supply both the experience and the tools to minimise the disruption and ensure a smooth transition.