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Make everywhere your office.
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We want more decision makers to say “yes” to the cloud and by understanding how to overcome the challenges you could face as an enterprise when on your adoption journey we’re hoping these worries will be put to bed.
Here’s what we believe are the common challenges of cloud implementation and how to go about them:

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Both the modern worker and modern enterprise need to react to the ever-changing technology scene with agility to perform to the current standard. Out-dated technology is no longer efficient, even if it is still up and running to an ok standard. Business owners and decision makers need to consider how cloud computing can help their business reach the next level and stay competitive.

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With DRaaS, organisations do not have to sacrifice the ability to failover in a time of need and are also gaining the benefits of security and compliance within the cloud platform. It has now become a lot more cost-effective for organisations to invest in DRaaS rather than building and managing a secondary data centre.

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After complying with Cloud Industry Forum's Code of Practice, Atlas Cloud have been titled a Certified Organisation. Atlas Cloud is committed to the principles of Transparency, Capability and Accountability which are embodided in the Code of Practice, which help create a more trust-worthy business environment for cloud-based processing. For information about the certification, read more here:

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Data backup and storage is among the most common uses of the cloud for small businesses. 63% of cloud users in an AT&T survey said they rely on these cloud functions the most. By opting for the cloud, businesses of all sizes are able to cope with the growing number of threats being posed amongst data at an enterprise level and IT can instead, focus on tasks in hand rather than monitoring IT activity.
Here's five other ways the cloud is allowing businesses to take their operations to the next level:

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One reason why businesses fail to maximise their cloud benefits is due to the culture clash between employers and new technology. Each employee should be made aware of how the new approach to working can be optimised - including remote and flexible working. Here's a few other tips to help businesses use cloud computing to its full potential:

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Atlas Cloud have partnered with leading provider of technology solutions and services, Excitech to deliver operational flexibility to its customers specifically in the construction industry. Our CEO Pete Watson says, “We are delighted to be working with Excitech, an established leader in the construction sector. Our two companies together now offer an approach to IT, mobility, and low-risk business growth that will enable any construction organisation to compete more effectively and profitably.”

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A common objection for avoiding devoting a small amount of IT budget into Disaster Recovery is that small doses of downtime are not significant enough to invest in a DRaaS plan. By putting up with these small outages, businesses are losing both time and money whilst hindering business productivity - here's why DRaaS can't be left out of IT budget in 2017:

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Atlas Cloud have partnered with leading provider of technology solutions and services, Excitech to deliver operational flexibility to its customers specifically in the construction industry. “Users can gain full access to files and applications from any device, anywhere. The need for complicated hardware no longer exists. Devices are just a window into the systems that a professional needs to perform with full access to information and files,” says Atlas Cloud’s CEO, Pete Watson. Read more about the partnership here:

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In a business environment where CIOs are constantly asked to reduce budget and drive innovation, it’s essential to introduce an approach to IT modernisation that rationally assesses core IT, understands what’s essential to keeping the lights on and allows for innovation according to strategy.
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