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Cloud Solutions for Small Business

You’ve read all about the benefits and advantages of cloud computing for small business. But now, how do you actually realize the results?

Well some business’ have gone cloud wholeheartedly, completely removing server hardware from the office and working 100% ‘in-the-cloud’, not every organization is in a position to follow suit. Maybe you’ve just recently invested a large amount of capital into new server hardware; perhaps you do not have sufficient internet bandwidth available yet. Regardless of your current situation, there are still a magnitude of solutions available that almost every business can utilize.

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Driving Partner Revenue – Enabling Cloud Based Services on a “Grow as You Go” Basis

As our existing partnerships continue to prosper and flourish; in 2015 we look towards expanding our partner network into new markets. As always, we at Server Cloud Canada will continue to focus our efforts on assisting our valued VAR, MSP, Telco, and ISP partners to build, manage, and maintain true Canadian cloud solutions for their end-users.

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The Future Of I.T Managed Services

The evolution of an IT service organization over the last 20 years has consistently been one of deep lines drawn in the sand. While some organizations slowly embrace change, others prefer to stick to what they know they can best offer their clients.

The last major divide in the industry was the separation of the IT Break/Fix business model and Managed Services Provider (MSP) business model. Now, the new lines in the sand are emerging; and IT services providers are looking to leverage their existing relationships to deploy solutions to satisfy their customers needs; both business and technical.

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What Happens In The Cloud, Should Stay In The Cloud!

The recent cloud controversy is yet another hard example of the importance and reality of security and privacy issues associated with cloud computing. The larger public commodity clouds have been built around the models of over-subscription and resource sharing – all in the name of immediate introduction and uptake. Usually one gets what they pay for, what have we really given up for the low cost (at times free) services?

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