So you’re thinking about launching your startup dream, but the economy has you thinking now’s not the most prosperous time. But with all things considered, the reality is that cloud computing has made it more possible than ever for startups to thrive even in difficult economic climates.
Cloud computing costs mosts businesses, on average, $46,636.80. Sound like a lot? Compare that to the cost of operating a traditional data center: about $120,000. That leaves you with about $75,000 in capital you can invest in other critical business operations to help ensure the success of your endeavor in both the short and long term. And to that end, the nature of traditional data centers creates wasted resources, but cloud data storage can be scaled up or down, practically automatically, so you’re never spending assets or utilizing resources you don’t need.
The cost savings from this aspect alone is incredible, let alone the overhead costs drastically reduced by the cloud model, such as on-site data storage, maintenance and electricity.
Get more details about how the cloud could make it possible for you to launch your dreams in today’s economic climate – check out the infographic below!