Infinitely Virtual is Planning to Offer Cloud Server Technology for SMEs

Infinitely Virtual is Planning to Offer Cloud Server Technology for SMEs

By Lavanya Rathnam

Cloud computing has helped businesses to become efficient in terms of their operations and as a result, these companies are able to offer a better quality of service to customers. The cloud computing industry is maturing to offer more sophisticated products and many companies are looking to be a part of this industry. One such company is Infinitely Virtual, which offers a variety of products and services to help businesses leverage the power of cloud computing and virtual hosting.

More and more businesses are embracing cloud technology and this has helped Infinitely Virtual to expand its operations. More can be learned about the advancement of the cloud and its effect on businesses during the “Networks in the Cloud, the Next Frontier for Enterprise IT” conference during the ITEXPO, taking place in Miami, Florida this week, where Infinitely Virtual is a contributor. Currently, this company is located in Los Angeles and it plans to open a new facility to Boston by Spring. This move was to offer cloud and virtual hosting services to companies located on the East Coast.

With this expansion, Infinitely Virtual has plans to target the many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) located in the Eastern part of the country. There are a lot of small family-owned businesses that operate in the Northeast and Infinitely Virtual wants to offer cloud services to these companies to help them grow and expand. So far, one of the reasons why SMEs have not embraced cloud technology is the high cost and its perceived complexity. This is why Infinitely Virtual plans to offer more simplified solutions out of its Boston facility to cater to the needs of the SMEs.

With this new offering, SMEs stand to enjoy better IT infrastructure, availability of unlimited data storage for storing its data and applications, access to data anytime and from anywhere, high levels of security, simplified management and a higher degree of flexibility and efficiency. These services are likely to give SMEs a lot of leverage to compete against the industry giants who are already using cloud computing to have better efficiency and productivity.

In short, Infinitely Virtual's new Boston facility is a boon for the SMEs located in this region. 

Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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MSPToday Contributing Writer

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