CLOUD SOLUTIONS PROVIDER (CSP)
ANS Networking is a CSP (Cloud Solutions Provider). We welcome the opportunity to discuss your businesses IT objectives. Small businesses need to adapt to changing technologies and infrastructure requirements. Any major IT decisions should include GAP analysis to consider your current IT position, long-term goals and the critical third column, “how do we get there?”
What is a Cloud Solutions Provider?
A cloud service provider is a third-party company offering a cloud-based platform, infrastructure, application, or storage services. Much like a homeowner would pay for a utility such as electricity or gas, companies typically have to pay only for the amount of cloud services they use, as business demands require.
Besides the pay-per-use model, cloud service providers also give companies a wide range of benefits. Businesses can take advantage of scalability and flexibility by not being limited to physical constraints of on-premises servers, the reliability of multiple data centers with multiple redundancies, customization by configuring servers to your preferences, and responsive load balancing that can easily respond to changing demands.
Though businesses should also evaluate security considerations of storing information in the cloud to ensure industry-recommended access and compliance management configurations and practices are enacted and met.
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Looking for a Cloud Solution Provider for your business?
ANS experts will work with your company to provide a customized cloud management plan today.
Enterprise level data integrity and IT security
With data privacy and Cybersecurity becoming a bigger conversation, small businesses need to match larger companies in securing internal data and protecting the privacy of their customers. While most companies of any size don’t like to think about security breaches it’s the reality of the world we live in – especially with 62% of all data breaches caused by malicious or criminal attacks.
Cloud computing gives SMBs greater security and governance over their customers’ data. A cloud-based service provider is responsible for monitoring security 24/7 – something a small business couldn’t practically achieve without third-party support.
How would my small business benefit by using the cloud?
- Secure all devices in your company
- Enforce MFA and biometric logins
- Create custom profiles and push software installs
- Ability to remotely control assets such as mobile phones and computers
- Utilize compliance standards across multiple platforms
- Enforce password complexity
- No need for on-premise Active Directory Servers
- File storage and sharing throughout the organization