IaaS & DRaaS Questions
C3 Technology Advisors consult with our clients to answer these questions:
Is the cloud right for me?
Are business and technology goals and objectives are aligned together and able to be communicated clearly?
Private, Public, Hybrid and Multi-Cloud are just a few of the cloud architectures to consider.
Where is my data?
The cloud is built on someone else’s infrastructure, knowing where and how your data is protected is crucial.
What availability do I need?
When a disaster strikes how long can you be without your systems before business or customers are severely affected?
How to I implement and manage all this?
Evaluating and implementing the right solution provider should always include support and management.
How C3 Can Help
Evaluate and Advise
C3 helps clients evaluate the market, the platforms, and the providers. We provide our clients with a tried and true process to identify and implement IaaS and DRaaS solutions. Why wouldn’t you want our consultative approach instead of Googling endlessly and taking the advice of biased salespeople?
Challenges & Disruptors
The challenges and distruptors for IaaS & DRaaS are as follows:
Reliability and downtime of on-prem systems has real costs to the business
Backoffice systems transition or support
Cost analysis and budgetary fluctuation
Business Intelligence (BI) integration
Internet of Things device proliferation
Government policies for data privacy and protection
Growing volumes and multiple varieties of data to manage
Need help Identifying & Implementing IaaS/DRaaS Strategies?
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Cloud-based infrastructure can deliver increased efficiency, business protection, competitive advantages and cost savings.
Model & Implementation
While the technology is maturing, and options seem endless, the major challenge for your organization will be figuring out what the right Cloud-first model is and how to implement it.
Thinking Beyond Today Webinar
Enterprises have had to pivot fast over the past two months. IT departments felt the pressure to ensure that workers will be supported while working remotely without compromising the organization’s security posture.