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How can a small business use the Cloud?

10 Apr

The Cloud is scalable, meaning that large corporations can use it AND small business can use it. The benefits are the same: 1) your apps and data are always available, 2) they are available from anywhere and 3) the cost is usually less than if you tried running the same services under your own roof. Here’s is an excerpt from http://www.cameronparkcomputer.com/our_cloud_packages.html:

Nightly backups or sync of primary user’s profile Included Included
Hosted MS Exchange mailboxes, Outlook 2010/2011,
Public Folders and Outlook Web Access
Included Included
7-stage enterprise-level SPAM and virus protection Included Included
Outlook Web Access Included Included
Business-class virus protection on the desktop Included Included
Data resides in the cloud; in SAS/70 approved facilities Included Included
Shared drive letter (J: drive) Included Included
Web access to J: drive and primary users’ profiles Included Included
Apple iOS and Google Droid phone and tablet mailbox setup Included Included
Apple iOS and Google Droid Active Sync license Available Available
Archiving of domain-wide inbound and outbound e-mail Available Included

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Mark Anthony Germanos is the President of Cameron Park Computer Services, a premier Sacramento IT company providing IT services, IT solutions and IT support. Cameron Park Computer Services, at http://www.cameronparkcomputer.com/you_will_save_money_with_the_cloud.html, moves clients to the Cloud. “The Cloud is among the best IT solutions we’ve ever offered,” says Germanos, “I’ve been in the IT service and IT support business since 1992. When you run your business in the Cloud, your data is always available, available from anywhere and the cost is usually less. Does your IT company offer IT services, IT support and CloudU certified staff that can provide today’s IT solutions at affordable prices”? www.cameronparkcomputer.com does.

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