It’s no different for small-to-medium sized enterprises. All businesses are digital businesses now. Whether you sell handcarved tables or online services, you rely on digital technology to run your company and meet the needs of customers. And, increasingly, businesses are consuming many of their critical applications from the cloud, which is also where they’re storing their data. Using the likes of Office 365, Amazon Web Services, Dropbox, Sage (the list goes on), anything from crucial voice infrastructure to file storage to the timesheets system can be hosted. Doing so allows businesses to create efficiencies, reduce costs, and pioneer new products or ways of working that give them an edge over competitors.
All of this means that connectivity is a critical enabler for business. To support an ecosystem of cloud-based services and infrastructure, the requirement for robust and well-engineered data services cannot be overlooked.
Our eGuide explores the benefits quality connectivity can bring to organisations and what can be done to unlock them. It will discuss the risks that businesses expose themselves to by not prioritising this aspect of operations. And, crucially, it will address the misconception that the data services necessary to run cloud applications successfully are out of reach for smaller businesses.