“Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.” – Douglas Adams, Writer
There is beauty in the cloud. Beyond simple storage and backup solutions, few tools offer you the capabilities for collaboration, sociability, efficiency, scalability, and profitability that cloud computing does. With so much capability—and so many choices—how can you ensure you are using the cloud to its fullest? JMARK can show you how. Let our team of experts help you use this technology to the best advantage of your organization.
With public, private, and hybrid computing options, the JMARK cloud solution will work wonders for your business. Our cloud experts can create a customized system designed to fit the needs and goals of your organization. We have the security, compliance, and technical expertise to provide a cloud solution that will improve the reliability and security of your I.T. We will make sure that your cloud technology enhances your operations, benefits both your employees and clients, and gets you closer to achieving your goals.
In addition to working wonders for your business, the cloud will change the way your business works! Since the invention of removable cubicle walls, nothing has redefined “office space” like cloud computing!
If your teams value collaboration, cloud computing is for you. When your employees can work together, from anywhere, at any time, creativity and ingenuity flourish. People can connect with each other and build upon one another’s work whenever inspiration strikes.
When your employees have secure, web-based access to your infrastructure from anywhere, efficiency and employee morale increase dramatically. Happy employees are productive employees. With cloud-based projects, there are no barriers to putting together the best of what each team member has to offer.
Speaking of office space, cloud computing means that your office isn’t your only workspace anymore. Of course this means that you can work from the beach with your toes in the sand. But it also means that you now have access to the best talent from across the nation, without needing to open a new office in a new town. Working in the cloud, employees who are hundreds of miles away can maintain a real-time, up-to-the-second connection with the home base, virtually being in the office even when they’re not in the room.
JMARK has consistently provided exceptional service. They are prompt and very good at what they do. The entire team is friendly, helpful and courteous. They make sure the job gets done right the first time and that the user is happy with the results.
Dorris, happy client in Springfield, Missouri
By 2020, the switch to cloud computing by businesses with over 100 employees will account for $12.3 billion in combined annual energy cost savings.
It should be clear by now that cloud computing is the future—one where there are tremendous advantages to be had for your business. But moving ahead into that future should not be done on a whim. Just like airplane routes are carefully mapped and coordinated so that flying through a cloud offers no surprise or danger, migrating your business to the cloud must be done with careful planning and oversight.
Cloud computing does not fit all organizations, and it is in both the I.T. provider’s and the company’s best interest to acknowledge that. Do you understand the risks, as well as the rewards, associated with putting all your data in the cloud? Cloud computing solves a lot of issues, but it also creates issues for those that are unprepared. Is your organization mature enough to move to the cloud? It is important that your organizational maturity is high enough that a move to the cloud will be successful and profitable.
When JMARK is engaged to help a business evaluate their capacity to make the move to the cloud, we seek in-depth answers to more than 50 questions spread across a number of topics. This analysis weaves together information from every aspect of your business to create a picture of maturity that helps your organization know whether cloud computing is the right move at the moment, or whether there are things that could be done to get your institution ready for migration to the cloud.
If it turns out that your organization is not quite ready to make the move, JMARK is still here for you. We can help you prepare for the future, and plan out a strategy that will get your business ready for cloud computing. You see, for us it’s not just a matter of bringing the cloud to you; it’s all about bringing you to the cloud.
And we won’t be content with simply getting you there and then leaving you to your fortunes. Once your organization is in the cloud, we want you to fly free with confidence and certainty. So we’ll help you understand, prepare, and act to take full advantage of this remarkable technology. With JMARK, you’re never flying blind.
It’s worth saying again: cloud computing is the future. Unfortunately, this means that in the present, there is a substantial shortage of workers with the technical skills to successfully fill in-house cloud computing roles. In fact, for organizations looking to adopt cloud platforms, the largest barrier is the lack of necessary skills, not only to complete the initial migration, but also to secure and maintain systems moving forward.
This is where JMARK come in. We have put together cloud solutions for many organizations in multiple industries and verticals. Our technicians are ready to work in each aspect of managing your cloud computing experience, from evaluating your company’s I.T. maturity and cloud readiness; to migrating systems and services; to security, maintenance, updates, and troubleshooting.
With cloud computing services from JMARK, you can take full advantage of cutting-edge technology without the stress of trying to recruit, evaluate, hire, and hang on to internal talent from a tiny pool of qualified candidates. Bring on the cloud!