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Are you planning to buy a new server?
Are you planning to package, sell and market cloud servers?
Three simple steps. That is all you need to kick-start your business idea of reselling cloud services to customers. But, before you think of getting your hands on it, it is very important to consider whether the effects would be positive or negative for your firm in the near future?
Would cloud server be the best or in-house server? Which could be the best solution for you? Which could cost you less in the long run?
These are some of the questions which small and medium-sized business owners have been asking themselves for several years now. We have taken a hard look at both the options to help you come to a concrete decision.
Until recently, the on-premises server was the only choice which was available to store applications, share files and run your email server. Now, most of the data is stored in the public cloud. This works great for some businesses and not so great for some others as well.
If your server is right down the hall, you have a complete control over it. You have no hosting fees, you can easily upgrade it and meet your company's requirements and you don't have to rely on anyone else.
Whereas, running an in-house server can be pretty expensive for you. You have to put a lot of money upfront to buy the equipment and the software. From the money spent to hire a professional to take care of the server and to maintain it to renewing the software licenses and hardware upgrades. The list is unending.
Take a look at this whitepaper and know in-depth what is the best that matches your business idea. Also, know the various ways in which you can make the most out of it and extract maximum benefits.