We wanted to get everyone in the mood for thinking 'cloud' in advance of our Webinar on August 25, 2011 with cloud evangelist Simon May.
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The cloud is coming, whether you like it or not.
There’s no hotter topic right now than moving to the Cloud.
And with good reason.
Moving apps and data out of the office and into the Cloud gives business owners new levels of productivity and potential cost savings.
There are also a number of other benefits that you need to keep in mind when thinking of cloud migration:
Word of mouth is one of the most powerful promotional tools for IT people. Think of all the clients you have that are a result of word of mouth.
If you're like me, it's a lot!
When someone tells somebody else about a positive experience with your firm it leaves a lasting effect.
Word of mouth can take place through any type of communication platform, such as:
Cloud is the new buzzword for MSPs and IT Support Companies. Your customers want it and all your competitors are offering it. So you'd better get on the ball, right?
Before you make the leap to the lofty Cloud heights, join Microsoft's Simon May and GFI's Chris Martin as they discuss how the business of being an IT Support Company/MSP might change in the next few years.
You might be the most highly decorated Microsoft Professional ever. You know the ins and outs of every operating system from DOS all the way up to Windows 7. You eat Linux installations for breakfast and have an Apple every day at lunch.
And yet, your MSP or IT service still isn't growing.
If you have been on the internet in the last few years, all you hear when it comes to marketing is social media. Although social media is an effective and cost effective way to market, B2B direct mail is still very much alive.
Inbound marketing is great, but outbound is still important.
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