Migrate from your local server to the Cloud: is not a drama!
When you think the migration from your local server (where our data are installed, along with our software and our entire company history), many are taken by anxiety and the most various fears, and eventually they give up and remain in the “old way.”
But lag behind means carry a ballast while working. If we give up with evolving to the cloud, we and our employees will be bound by our office location to find our own documents, while our competitors are in mobility and they are able to act immediately and prepare an updated quote in no time, simply by logging on to their Virtual Desktop.
These are times in which timing and effectiveness are crucial to take jobs.
Migration, if programmed and performed by an expert of Cloud, it is not a drama, and often does not involve wasting working time during the transfer.
The consultant has its own role to create the most appropriate cloud platform and to coordinate the migration of software and customer data on the remote platform, so that all employees can continue to work by simply moving from their local PC to Virtual Desktop sessions.
Migration to the Cloud: is it safe?
Another doubt often raised is the safety of their data.
It must be said immediately that the Cloud servers are always equipped with “mirroring” copies of data in real time. This means that if the primary virtual disk server stopped working, the second virtual disk would immediately get up at work with all the data, and the same would happend if the second one stopped working.
Regarding viruses and malwares of various kinds, the advantage of working in virtualized desktop environments is that individual users can not install software (or other programs and apps) potentially harmful.
In addition, the combination of mail servers equipped with antivirus and antispam systems, allow you to monitor, filter, and regulate the movement of potentially harmful files, while on individual PCs in the hands of your employees this is unfortunately not always possible.