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Flexibility – Scale up and down to meet your organization’s requirements. In today’s economy, this flexibility is key. You can adjust your IT expenditures to meet your organization’s immediate needs. You no longer have to build for the future, or be constrained by decisions made or contracts signed in the past.
Security – Rest assured that your data in the cloud is much more secure than what lives on a tower under your desk or in your small unsecured server room.
Capacity – In the past, you had to spend a lot of your IT budget on human resources to manage your software. With cloud computing, that’s no longer an issue. Now, you can focus on how the solution will help you further your mission. The IT piece belongs to somebody else.
Cost – Using cloud technology reduces your maintenance fees. No more servers, software, and update fees. Many of the hidden costs typically associated with software implementation, customization, hardware, maintenance, and training are rolled into a transparent subscription fee.
It’s open – Internet standards and web services allow you to connect services to each other. This means that you can centralize your information and access it from anywhere in the world, on any computer or mobile device, at any time.