Posted by: on April 5, 2022 at 11:48 am

cloudsThe cloud has made business life easier than ever. It can give you access to all your applications anywhere, anytime, and on any device. In a fast-paced world, time management is of the utmost importance. You do not have time to waste working in a confined environment. The cloud opens that environment up to you. Let’s focus on four ways that the TAZ Cloud specifically does this.

  1. Productivity

Cloud computing services extend secure and seamless “desktop as a service” access to Microsoft Office and line-of-business applications to all your employees across the organization. Each user’s experience is optimized to the specific device and operating system used. Features include:

  • Access from smartphone, laptop computer, or tablet
  • iOS, Android, and Windows OS-compatible
  • Microsoft Office included
  1. Disaster Recovery

    Avoid costly business disruptions with “desktops” that are always accessible anywhere that has Internet connectivity. Readily access all applications, desktop configurations and connections, data, and files from an off-site backup in the event of unforeseen disasters such as flood, fire, weather, or earthquake.

  2. IT Flexibility

    Easily scale your computer network up and down to meet fluctuations in employment needs. Shift your traditional capital expense IT model to a monthly pay-as-you-go model. Employees can use their own devices without complicated security and support policies. Deploy new applications quickly to your users.

  3. Security

    Is hosted desktop from TAZ Cloud Services more secure than a standard computer network? The same trusted Microsoft and Citrix technology is in place at 98% of Fortune 500 companies. Provide access to any application from a secure, well-managed environment. Data resides centrally in a secure cloud environment and can be controlled with your existing security policies. Meet stringent compliance requirements with your cloud services

Now, we have been hearing about the cloud for over 12 years now. In 2020, it was reported that 83% of businesses store their data in the cloud. The reason? Because it’s good. If one thing is clear from the Coronavirus pandemic it is that we need to be flexible. A cloud system can support that. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask at, we would be glad to help!

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