Organizations are migrating data and workflows to the cloud at an incredible rate. Today over 90% of companies are on the cloud and in 2021, more than 90% of workloads will run on a hosted cloud service. The reason for the shift is often sparked by the need to open up information access from anywhere and in many cases reducing or better managing costs. In making the transition to the cloud, internal IT staff can often face roadblocks as security, privacy, regulatory challenges and lack of staff training hinder adoption. Our team of cloud engineers tackle these issues every day and have the skills necessary to protect you from wasting budget on poor management and execution. Whether you are migrating to public, private, or hybrid cloud, we have the experience and trained staff to seamlessly make the transition.
Verus has been active in cloud-related services since 2008, when we opened our first data center at our Fridley headquarters. Our cloud offering expanded significantly when the primary data center was relocated to the Cologix Data Center at the 511 building in Minneapolis. Today we work with the top cloud providers AWS (Amazon), (Azure) Microsoft, Google as well as offering our own IaaS solution.
On the budgeting side, whether you take advantage of Section 179 or the Minnesota DEED Sales Tax Incentive Program, we can guide you through the tax savings options associated with your particular cloud offering. In addition, Verus Cloud solutions offer the flexibility to capitalize the costs or fully expense them each year.
If you are looking for a way to stay on top of your technology needs with less effort and lower capital expenses hitting your bottom line, look no further than the new VerusGuard Solution Suite.
VerusGuard Edge and VerusGuard Managed Office give you the solution you need for a single location.
Verus offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to help free you from managing your own physical data center while still maintaining control of your virtual network.
In a hybrid cloud network, businesses manage some resources in-house and have others provided externally. Ideally, the hybrid cloud network approach allows a business to take advantage of scalability and cost-effectiveness.
As your data continues to grow, if it’s not managed properly it can cost your company a hefty price tag in terms of storage fees. How can you prevent this from happening? First, understanding what type of data you have.