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5 Ways Cloud Services Could Make Your Business More Efficient

Posted by Vohkus on 06-Mar-2018 14:46:49
Around 88% of UK businesses are using some form of cloud technology to optimise their business operations. 250 IT decision-makers in large and small companies were surveyed, and both groups are adopting these technologies at a similar rate. 74% are keen for a cloud service to help make delivery easier, 72% want to cut costs, and 65% care most about scalability. Read article

Are on-premises hardware purchases really set to surge?

Posted by Vohkus on 27-Feb-2018 14:07:53
Financial Services giant Morgan Stanley has cited reasons why demand for on-premises hardware is set to escalate, but a new user survey couldn’t be more contradictory. Read article

Top 10 benefits of cloud unified communications (UC)

Posted by Divisional Manager on 06-Feb-2018 10:01:12
Real-life experiences of real world users As with any IT trend, there’s a lot of vendor hype around unified communications (UC). At Vohkus – and through our cloud arm, Meggha – we’ve helped many varied organisations migrated to cloud-based UC (aka UC as a service or UCaaS), and we’ve been able to discover the real benefits those organisations have achieved. Read article

Top 3 cloud trends that will affect you in 2018

Posted by Cloud Pre-Sales Consultant on 25-Jan-2018 16:58:55
Welcome to a world where great data management and agile development are the new normal Depending which analyst you read, you may find in 2018 that spending on private clouds is going to increase, or that multi-cloud strategies will become the definitive way forward. Security and privacy will naturally be ever more important, and so will the need to store data generated by the expansion of IoT devices. Read article

Reasons to consider a cloud readiness assessment from Vohkus and Meggha

Posted by Cloud Pre-Sales Consultant on 05-Jan-2018 14:45:25
Why CRAs are for everyone With many organisations already at some point on their journey to cloud, the idea of carrying out a cloud readiness assessment (‘CRA’) may seem a bit belated. Read article