Why cloud service providers are essential for modern small businesses in 2020

Every day, more advanced technologies emerge across the business landscape. They bring innovation and disruption that continues to power growth. Over the past few years, cloud service providers have helped businesses transform their wide ranging processes. Cloud solutions are a robust industry that has quickly matured and became mainstream.Cloud and managed IT services provide access to powerful capabilities once outside the reach of most small companies. More opportunities exist for companies in every industry to use the cloud. The value of these flexible, scalable solutions is well-known. Many businesses are turning to them to stay lean and competitive.According to Emergent Research and Intuit, some 80 percent of U.S. small businesses will deploy cloud computing this year.In 2019, several new and exciting cloud computing services hit the market. Many of these have drawn from existing cloud solutions, refining and expanding them for more specific business needs. In 2020, expect to see cloud-based. With the rise of cloud computing services such as IaaS, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and software-as-a-service (SaaS), a business’ infrastructure has begun to move quicker. Many cloud service providers now deliver everything a company needs without investing in expensive hardware and software licenses. Instead, companies pay a subscription to a cloud service provider and acquire flexible, scalable solutions.While the business benefits from the lightweight nature of cloud services, the cloud service provider takes on the IT tasks that would otherwise slow down a business. Hardware maintenance, software patching, and updates all get done behind the scenes. Companies spend less time fiddling with technology and more time undertaking operations that make the business thrive.

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