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Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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Your email address will not be published.

Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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Your email address will not be published.

Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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Your email address will not be published.

Everyone is talking about the importance of cloud computing. We know that our data is more accessible in the cloud which is important these days as a rising number of people work, study, and access their data remotely. We know our information is more secure in the cloud because hackers access information from outdated, on-premises systems. And businesses experience greater adaptability, flexibility, and resiliency when operating from the cloud vs. outdated legacy systems. But what is cloud computing?

 

Simply put, Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to computing resources – applications, servers (physical and virtual), data storage, development tools, networking capabilities, etc. hosted at a remote data center managed by a cloud services provider (or CSP) like Microsoft Azure. For all the reasons and more cited above, cloud computing is growing leaps and bounds, particularly due to issues organizations experienced during the pandemic, supply chain challenges, and advanced cyberthreats. Gartner increased prior forecasts of worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services up from $270 billion in 2020 to just under $400 billion in 2022.

 

Moving to the cloud is a major step in what is referred to as digital transformation (another term you have probably heard) which is the adoption of digital technology by an organization. Why is digital transformation important? That is a subject all by itself (see the next blog post), but, in general, digital transformation allows the adoption of cloud-based technologies that improve efficiencies with greater access to information, communications, and collaboration. It reduces the cost of outdated legacy systems. It provides greater safeguards to protect important organizational information and lays the foundation for more advanced technology to keep your organization competitive, efficient, and agile.

 

We know moving to the cloud and adopting digital strategies can be complicated. But with OneVuex Unified Systems integrated with Microsoft technology, your journey to the Modern Workplace is faster, easier, and with less expense, so you can focus on what you do best– not IT.

 

Carolyn Bass

VP, Marketing Bass International Software

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