BrevAll Technologies Leverages Microsoft Azure to Help Customers Affordably Move to Cloud Computing
Leading Managed Technology Services Provider Helps Local Companies Transition from Outdated Servers to Cloud
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – February 4, 2020 – BrevAll Technologies, a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), leverages Microsoft Azure to help small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) eliminate outdated IT hardware and seamlessly transition to cloud computing.
Microsoft’s most common suite of products and services, such as Windows 7, have matured into obsolescence along with the server they ride on. BrevAll Technologies proactively transitions companies still using end-of-life Microsoft products to Azure to keep them up to date with contemporary practices and help them avoid large capital expenditures on deteriorating technology.
“While many business owners are accustomed to purchasing on-premise servers, this way of storing data has become obsolete with the proliferation of the cloud,” stated Paul Enloe, CEO of BrevAll Technologies. “The tech world has embraced the cloud and virtually all innovation from this point forward will incorporate the cloud in some way. As a result, on-premise servers have matured beyond their useful life.”
On-premise servers pose several concerns in this evolving tech climate. First and foremost, they are vulnerable to becoming outdated, which can lead to significant security threats. Additionally, without regular updates and software upgrades, they are susceptible to slower speeds while the rest of the world speeds up. On the other hand, cloud servers through Microsoft Azure enable businesses to benefit from regularly updated and upgraded hardware to keep data integrity strong.
Finally, there’s an increased demand for cloud computing in this increasingly mobile workforce. Microsoft Azure is a direct response to the growth from younger workers to secure access to data from different off-site locations. With Millennials and now Gen Z entering and rising to management positions in the workforce, Enloe says these trends show no signs of slowing down.
“On-premise servers just don’t make fiscal sense anymore,” said Enloe. “While cloud servers cater to a mobile workforce and can be scaled while remaining secure, traditional servers have fallen behind the curve. Most businesses can’t afford that level of inefficiency, which is why BrevAll Technologies has been very proactive in helping our customers usher in this transition to Azure so they can stay nimble and, more importantly, profitable.
“In the near future, owning on-site servers will be like having a coin-operated telephone in your office lobby. How are your top employees supposed to perform at peak levels with obsolete technology like that? If you’re still using one, you should update your infrastructure immediately.”
ABOUT BREVALL TECHNOLOGIES
BrevAll Technologies, Inc. is a 31-year-old, North Richland Hills, Texas based technology firm focused on Cybersecurity, Dark Web Monitoring, Managed IT Services and Voice over IP Cloud Solutions.
Call us Toll-Free at 800.838.0911 to learn more or visit http://www.brevall.com.