Friday, July 5, 2013
As a small business owner, you don’t often have all of the capitol that you need to own all of the equipment that you need in this modern day. If your small business is not a computer based business, chances are that you cannot afford your own server. Even if you can afford the equipment, you may not be able to afford the people to take care of the equipment. That is where a NexZeta server for small business can come in handy.
The 21st Century Aside from having to update a movie company logo and change the Doors song, the 21st century ushered in the age of the Internet. If your small business does not have a website, manage a social media page or several, and is not involved in the information age, you are missing out on some very real possibilities of expanding your business and making the most profit possible. The Internet is the way that business is being done. Even if you are in the restaurant business, you still want to have a page that lets people know where you are located and what you offer on your menu.
A shared server can be helpful in that it will store your important information, be automatically backed up and be entirely private. You will have access to the amount of storage that you need and that storage capacity can grow as your business grows. You only need to pay for what you use, and there is no guessing how much you will need in five years.
Leasing a Car You might think of it like leasing a car. You get to use it until it is time to upgrade. Buying a server and its required backups and then having to upgrade can be expensive and time consuming. You deserve to give your core business as much time as possible. Using a NexZeta server for small business can help you tame the IT expenses while still giving you a leg up in the world of information. As a small business you need all the help that you can possibly get.
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