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What Are The Reasons For Going Cloud?
« on: June 20, 2019, 02:56:01 PM »
Hi all,

Here's very helpful information I just want to share.

Maybe you are using Vanilla Forums self-hosted, or one of our competitors, but I want to share with you just a few reasons you might switch or migrate to a cloud-based solution such as ours.

If your site has ever been run over by spam to the point you wanted to pull your hair out, going hosted will save your follicles. We use industry leading spam stopping techniques that will keep your forum clean, so real humans can have discussions, not bots selling time-shares in Acapulco.

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You have better uses of your time than finding  a host that works with the software you selected. Think about it. Do you want to worry about setup, protecting directories, choosing the right hardware and even worrying about getting the install working? What if the self-hosted version of your forum goes down? Who is watching this for you? Who are you going to call? Is your IT expert enough to figure it out?

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Re: What Are The Reasons For Going Cloud?
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2019, 01:29:29 AM »
There are some benefits to adopt cloud for your business which are as follows-

Reduced costs
Data security
No need for a Backup
Avail a wide range of options
Better Insights
Better Engagement
Dynamic scale
Reduce business risk


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Re: What Are The Reasons For Going Cloud?
« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2020, 03:53:09 AM »
Cloud computing can help small business in the following ways.
•   No office server required. Cloud virtual machine.
•   No office phone system required. Hosted VOIP.
•   Employee cloud suite software. Office 365 or Google G Suite. Cloud shared storage. Staff can be local or remote.
•   Software as a Service (SAAS) cloud software. e.g. Customer Relationship Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning, Industry trends reporting etc.
•   Websites gain access to 4 billion Internet users and can be a online customer segment.
•   Hosted email marketing can gain access to 3.7 billion email users.
•   Ecommerce can extend a physical store.
•   Your business data can be backed up remotely in triplicate sites. This can help with disaster recovery.