These resources can help you decide whether and how to move part of your business to the cloud
Small businesses are adopting cloud services in increasing numbers. It’s estimated that small and medium-sized businesses will spend $11 billion worldwide on cloud computing this year. And 39 percent of small businesses will be paying for one or more cloud services within three years; that’s an increase of 34 percent. Moving some of your business processes to the cloud makes sense—both operationally and financially—but it’s a decision that requires careful consideration.
In this latest installment of our Technology Roundup series, we provide resources to help you determine if moving to the cloud is right for your company and how to ensure a successful experience.
Cloud computing: What it is and how your small business can benefit
Cloud Computing vs. Virtualization: The Differences and Benefits
Considering a Cloud Service? Read This Before Signing on the Dotted Line
How to Weather Cloud Service Outages
Is Cloud Computing Right for Your Small Business?
Prepare your Small Business for Success in the Cloud
The Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing
What Type of Cloud is Right for Your Small Company
Small Businesses Ride the Cloud: SMB Cloud Watch—U.S. Survey Results