As part of our cloud computing services at Connecting Point, we offer cloud-based backup and disaster recovery services to small businesses in Loveland. Otherwise known as our PointCare Ultimate Backup (PUB), this backup and recovery service delivers unparalleled data protection, as well as business continuity.
In our last blog, we began to tackle some of the most common misconceptions surrounding Greeley IT consulting. Connecting Point is a professional IT support company specializing in managed IT and cloud services, network integration, voice and product procurement.
We get it – when an IT director hear’s the words, “IT consulting” in Greeley, their first thoughts may not necessarily be happy or positive. Instead, many IT directors may become fearful or defensive, critical of IT consultants who may or may not be out to take their job.
In our last blog, we discussed some of the most common cloud backup myths we hear here at Fort Collins’ IT support team, Connecting Point. Today we’ve compiled a few more of those common misconceptions about cloud backup to help you learn the truth.
Here at Connecting Point, we’re the leading IT support team in Northern Colorado and into Wyoming. Today we’re specifically talking about cloud backup. We’ve compiled a list of common misconceptions that we hear about cloud backup so that you can know the truth.
In our most recent blog, we talked a little bit about infrastructure as a service and how it can help provide your business with cost effective solutions for managing your network. While it is clear that this Connecting Pointkind of solution is more cost effective than hosting your servers, there are several other benefits to be had from utilizing infrastructure as a service.
Up until recently, most businesses relied on an in-house server to serve as the central processing power of the company network. While this worked well for most businesses, these servers required continual support, as well as continual upgrades and care.
In our most recent blog, we talked a little bit about software as a service and how it can help your small business keep up with the latest software applications and upgrades for a more reasonable cost. While this is a valuable benefit in itself, there are many more benefits to be had from utilizing software as a service for your business.
Good technology and software do not come cheap, especially when you own a small business. Recently, we have been discussing desktop as a service, as well as hardware as a service and they can help small business owners get the technology they need for a more reasonable cost.
In our most recent blog, we talked a little bit about hardware as a service and how it allows your small business to keep up with the latest technology. While this is a valuable benefit in itself, there are several other benefits to be had from utilizing hardware as a service.