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Cloud Computing Allows for More Remote-Work Success Compared to Physical IT Infrastructure

BPM’s Michael Sellai reviews the use of cloud computing to drive successful remote work 05.03.21

Out of necessity, businesses turned to cloud computing with workers being forced to telecommute. Corporate spending on cloud computing increased in 2020, and the spending is likely to increase with businesses transitioning to fully remote arrangements. However, companies maintain critical infrastructure on their IT servers in their physical office space, which, as BPM’s Michael Sellai explains, is the one thing holding businesses back from their remote-work vision.

Migrating this software to the cloud isn’t as hard as it seems. According to Michael, “By using a public cloud provider, customers, instead of owning and maintaining the hardware themselves, merely rent computing power. … Using a public cloud service, your business maintains total control over all its code and data.” Harnessing the power of these software solutions can help business leaders make their remote work vision a reality.

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About Michael Sellai

A Partner in BPM’s San Francisco office, Michael has nearly 20 years of Information Technology experience and he leads the firm’s Managed IT Support Team. He helps clients manage, maintain and upgrade their Information Systems. Michael has experience consulting with small and medium-sized companies to find the right Managed IT services for their business.

About BPM Managed IT Services

The professionals in BPM's Managed IT Services practice have deep experience in helping companies complete the transition to a truly remote workforce. From our managed network offerings to one-off cloud migration projects, our Managed IT Services team has you covered. To learn more, visit https://www.bpmcpa.com/Services/Managed-IT-Services.

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