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Communication Systems dramatically changed over the past few years. Where CIO's and IT Directors once preferred to maintain all hardware and software in house, are now faced with the challenge of managing mulitple devices, platforms, operating systems and applications. The stress of the old break/fix model limits time and energy for the shrinking personnel in an IT department. Instead of hiring more people to assist with troubleshooting, IT resources are being limited to do doing more with less time and money. That's where cloud technology comes into play. When you move from on-premise to a hosted environment, you shift the responsibility of making changes from onsite to the hosted company and have the option to deploy a unified communications system. Here are two ways cloud can offer advantages to help your business run smoothly:
Investments are risks, especially large investments. When a company makes a technology investment, it's expected they receive a good return on their investment. Otherwise, money could be allocated somewhere else within the organization to positively impact the bottom line. Large investments are a bit of a gamble when it comes to business. A company needs to consider three the following bets are placed when making a big purchase:
Communication systems must support remote works from different locations. Some of these include being able to operate as a teleworker, out of the country or even in a temporary office. They share similar requirements to in office desk workers but without the same support.