Interest in cloud-based storage and hosting services has grown significantly in recent times, especially as businesses become increasingly aware of the value of leveraging the many benefits of cloud centric IT services. With that being said, the technology can still be confusing, and some are still getting to grips with it.In this section, you will find posts containing information about the benefits of the technology and the various reasons why so many businesses are now using it. Furthermore, you will gain insight into the potential uses of cloud-based applications, storage and hosting for disaster control, as well as the specific services that are on offer from Fifosys.
By now, you may have read and heard all about the Cloud. However, you may still have questions about the costs involved and may ask yourself, is it affordable?
2020 saw a lot of change for all of us, and whilst 2021 saw more uncertainty, it wasn't without technological advances. Could 2022 go down as the year of the Cloud?
In our 20 years of operations, we have overseen several migrations and had even more conversations with those who have gone it alone. Here are the seven lessons...
If COVID has taught us anything, it's that technology - when leveraged correctly - can help elevate your business to the next level. So, how do you migrate to the Cloud?
Accelerated digital transformation strategies have led to many organisations reshaping how they run. But, could the adoption of the Cloud transform the property sector?
In a recent whitepaper, Amazon outlined "The Six R's of Cloud Migration". But, what are they, and how do you know which method best ties in with your digital transformation strategy?
Cloud has become mainstream and has started to revolutionise a wide range of industries, ranging from manufacturing through to FinTech. But, is it the most secure option for your organisation?
These are key questions facing business owners and directors. You would not contemplate running a business without technology these days. Do you need to own it? If you own it, you need to manage, maintain and upgrade.
I was at a conference recently and had some great conversations with people from all walks of the IT and business world. However, there was one common theme I kept hearing “We really need to adopt new technologies to improve but ‘the business’ is not ready and won’t accept change”.