Are You Reaching Your Potential? Working With Cloud Storage Brokers to Ensure Growth

Written by Bill on . Posted in Cloud assessment services, Cloud services brokers, Government cloud security

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There really are not any downsides to employing a cloud storage broker; much like the sommelier has found his niche, so have cloud storage brokers who are employed as consultants external to the organization. They deliver specialized cloud assessment services in a rapidly-evolving
field. State and local governments can save money by engaging with cloud consultants on an as-needed basis.

The focus is on government cloud security and it needs to remain there. Over one-third of corporations rely on cloud computing to meet at least part of their business needs. Cloud broker companies have specialized knowledge of a complex field and are willing to customize their participation to suit a business’s needs. A cloud storage broker will be able to negotiate contracts, facilitate on-site implementation and provide long-term objective feedback.

Of course, the intention is not to replace insightful, trained IT professionals, but to involve them. Seven out of ten high-level IT professionals are heavily involved in the decision to retain a cloud storage broker. In-house IT can provide day-to-day troubleshooting while expanding their technological repertoires alongside a cloud storage broker.

Global market demand for cloud computing infrastructure is growing steadily and is projected to top $75 billion worldwide in the next three years.

DoubleHorn is a leading cloud based Managed Services Provider, founded in January 2005 and based in Austin, TX. We specialize in delivering Cloud Services, Managed Communications and Consulting to the Enterprise, Government and SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) sectors. If you are new to the cloud and not sure how to get started, contact us for a complimentary initial assessment at solutions@doublehorn.com or (855) 61-VOICE.

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