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Leanna Lomanski

Leanna Lomanski brings a well-rounded background in customer service and administration in the construction, manufacturing, and non-profit industries to the Asyma team. She enjoys engaging with companies to learn about their unique processes and challenges and recommending solutions to help them achieve their business goals. When she's not working, you can find her enjoying time with family, behind a camera, or on a golf course.
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There's Cloud and There's True Cloud

Posted by Leanna Lomanski on May 29, 2019 at 3:08 PM



When a company chooses a cloud service, they have certain expectations. First off, most companies plan to enjoy the cost savings in IT—not having to maintain a powerful, scalable server with guaranteed up time. Rather than paying for room to grow, they anticipate that the service will be able to expand during times of peak demand—referred to as elasticity. Second, they expect fresh software that they don’t have to update. The provider updates the software at frequent intervals for all subscribers. Third, flexible costs allow them to pay for just the features, number of users, and server space they need, when they need it. And lastly, they expect to access the service from anywhere, even mobile devices. These are the expectations of cloud, but do these expectations always align with reality?

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Topics: Technology, Paperless Office, Sage Intacct