‘The Cloud’ is one of the most overly used yet least understood concepts in business today. Suffice to say that it’s one of the most important changes to the way your business operates and it’s here to stay.
The change from using on-site resources such as mail, telephony and file servers to cloud solutions is gathering speed at an alarming rate across the globe.
Software companies who produce applications we all use in our day to day business such as Microsoft, Adobe, Sage, et al are moving away from on premise solutions to cloud based monthly rental solutions. What do these changes mean for your business, and is it safe?
Led by the delivery of their popular Managed Support Services, Clackmannanshire based Technology business, Lithium Systems, have embraced cloud technologies and are continuing to develop a range of cloud productivity and security products in partnership with the world’s leading suppliers.
If you represent the interests of an organisation that either processes or uses digital data, you need to know what the cloud and online services means for you.
To find out more, join the Lithium team during Clacks Business Week to discuss Cloud productivity, telephony and security services which could help your business break-through the clouds into clarity.
INTERESTED? The Cloud Computing Workshop and Breakfast by Lithium Systems takes place Alloa Business Centre Friday 8 March at 9.30am and is free to attend. REGISTER HERE.