There are as many different opinions about cloud computing as there are actual clouds in the sky. And, like the clouds, the opinions are changing all the time. As a business owner, you have little time available to research emerging technologies and their relevance for your business. Nevertheless, cloud computing is a serious consideration that, if thoughtfully introduced, could improve both the productivity and profitability of your business. This is exactly why we recommend you talk to experts who have the knowledge and experience to awnser all your cloud questions, starting with the most simple: what, where and should you?
Talking about the cloud is a bit like talking about the length of a piece of string. It depends on who’s asking and what they’re actually looking for. Here are four key considerations that you must discuss with an expert when you’re deciding whether and how to use the cloud. This is one area where the health of your business is too important for you to believe every cloud myth you hear (and there are plenty of them) without taking professional advice.
One of CNAE’s core values is to support clients however we can in terms of the computer infrastructure they need to grow their businesses. We have developed a very strong and trusted relationship of over 20 years with a reputable finance company. This enables us to offer our clients a convenient, tested and trustworthy commercial finance service wherever their purchase of IT Solutions is a legitimate business expense. The opportunities and conditions within commercial finance are superior to those within consumer finance.
There are good reasons why CNAE is fast earning a unique reputation when it comes to programming. CNAE programming solutions offer a viable alternative to the purchase of off-the-shelf software to help you solve a problem in your business; an alternative where you can benefit in terms of cost, time, precision, customer service and support.
The 12-person team at Computer Networks At Ease (CNAE) challenges the stereotype of the nerdy geek who is most comfortable with their head in a computer. We consciously cultivate a different kind of IT culture, and our clients love us for it.