When our company was founded, one of the first decisions made was to outsource payroll to an online service called TriNet. The rationale was simple – TriNet specializes in payroll automation with the expertise to address any exceptions to the routine payroll process. This allowed a bunch of computer nerds to focus on building MyCloudIT, instead of worrying about payroll. Just like in our example DIY is always an option, but expertise and in house resources are often lacking. For such tasks specialized, automated solutions can save time, resources, and offer a better result.
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Cloud technology is a new frontier for most Microsoft partners, so investing time to spin up a test deployment is essential for understanding the benefits for your business and for the customers. Azure consumption costs money, so a lot of partners are reluctant to deploy test resources. Well, what if it can be free?
We’ve been busy working on the new Golden Image Virtual Machine template in November, and now it’s time to show you the result. Let’s look at what it is, why you should you it, and how MyCloudIT enables you to deploy and transfer Golden Image much quicker and simpler with our automation tool.
Even though it’s a cliché, there’s a reason so many of us nod our heads in agreement at the observation that change is hard. Whether it’s a new job or a new exercise regimen, altering our behavior can be a heavy lift – even if it yields results that make life better. Along those lines, managed service providers need to recognize the many advantages cloud-based services provide to their customers and adjust their sales pitches to accurately reflect those benefits.
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MyCloudIT’s staff talks frequently with customers and prospective customers about the value of true Desktop as a Service and how it actually works within organizations.
The numbers of businesses using some kind of cloud services are pretty staggering. A recent survey from RightScale revealed that 94 percent are operating in the cloud, at least in some capacity. Almost 60 percent of those companies are using a mix of public and private cloud solutions, and it’s small- and medium-sized businesses that are turning to cloud offerings more frequently than the large enterprise.
For small and mid-sized businesses, the cloud has proven to be something of a good news, bad news proposition.
The idea behind metered pricing shouldn’t be new to anyone. If you’ve rented a car or had a cell phone then you understand the concept. You pay only for what you use. You don’t have to buy the car, you only pay for the time you use it. You don’t pay for the cellular network, just the time you spend on it.