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Anwen Haynes

Cloud Services:
The Benefits to
Your Business

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Cloud Services:The Benefits toYour Business

In Short

Print management software can help your business understand It’s printing environment and implement policies to maximise potential financial benefits.

We have all been there-printing by accident, printing several pages but printing one sided, forgetting that we have even printed! 15% can end up in the recycling bin! Often businesses cannot even comprehend what they are spending on their printing environment.

Print management software can help your business understand the printing environment and make sure policies are in place to ensure you are maximising potential financial benefits.

What are the benefits though?

  1. Scalability: Cloud services provides you the option of being able to scale up your storage and operations as you grow, and the capacity to do this is exceedingly fast, meaning that it can respond quickly to your business needs. Rather than you having to purchase and install upgrades that are expensive, your cloud services provider can ensure that this all operates smoothly for you. This frees up your time to focus on your business!
  2. Efficient Collaboration: With the cloud, your business will be able to communicate and share documents far more easily than ever before. For example, if you have multiple people working on the same project all in different locations, the cloud will give them all access to the same files, creating less duplication and the less opportunity for work to get lost!
  3. Flexibility: Whether you are at home, on the move in a different part of the country, on holiday, you will be able to access the data you need with Cloud services when you need it quickly and easily.
  4. Updated automatically: Your cloud services provider should ensure that you receive all the relevant updates automatically with the latest technology. This will include up to date versions of software, upgrades to servers and computer processing power.
  5. IT Costs reduced! By moving to cloud services, could reduce to cost of maintaining and managing your IT systems. You will no longer need to buy expensive equipment and systems and by using a Cloud Services provider will ensure this cost benefit. Operating costs can also be reduced by a cloud services provider because you no longer have the cost of system upgrades, new software or hardware either as this should be included in your contract with them. Your cloud service provider will have the experts, so you won’t need to, reducing the cost of staffing in this area. Energy consumption is reduced from no longer needing hardware in your building and most importantly, there is a huge reduction in downtime as the cloud is so efficient.

 

The benefits to cloud services are clear. Contact Espria as your Cloud services provider today and start benefiting.

Cloud services offer the flexibility of what is essentially a virtual office, meaning your teams can connect to your office anytime, anywhere.

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