Establishing a startup requires a lot of time and money.
If you are planning, or have already, opened the doors to your small business, you’re probably finding yourself working long hours trying to keep your startup running smoothly. It normally takes a few years to fully get into the swing of things, but if you want to make operating your business a little easier, you’re going to need to invest in the right technology.
Previously, many startups needed teams of developers and IT professionals to maintain server rooms for applications and websites to run efficiently. This cost many new businesses a lot of money, and time, they didn’t have. Thankfully, cloud computing has taken over these expensive and demanding tasks so business owners can focus on the bigger picture. If you’re looking into cloud computing services for your startup, here’s where you should begin!
Device as a Service (DaaS)
Device as a Service, also called DaaS, takes over the need to manage all of your company’s devices, such as a desktop or tablet. Instead, with DaaS, startups will have access to cutting-edge software, email, data storage, applications, and online backup. DaaS is able to host the entirety of your company’s desktop computing on a Cloud Service Provider, giving you and your employees more time and freedom to work on important tasks and projects.
DaaS will also save your company time and money by identifying viruses and malfunctions before they can infiltrate into your system and crash your computers. Troubleshooting early will boost productivity and ensure all data is securely stored at all times. Even better, you can choose different DaaS plans based on your startup’s needs. – Read more