Zero Upfront Hardware Costs
Every 3 years. That's how often most experts recommend you should replace your servers. And the average cost to have one server installed? About $10,000. On the NearCloud Plan you never need to buy another server again. We buy the equipment and you don't have to spend money today only to spend it again in 36 months.
Who watches your data when you aren't there? Most small businesses don't give much thought to after-hours support - until they have a proposal due the next day and their e-mail is down. That's when you need a team of people available night and day to handle problems and keep your servers running in a SAS 70 Type II compliant, PCI-friendly data center.
Highly Redundant Hardware
Hardware fails. It's an unfortunate fact of computer life, but it's inevitable. The real
question is, are you prepared for it when it happens? With the NearCloud Plan, your data
is stored on a redundant server cluster with multiple backups and failover systems. With all the things you have to worry about, a server failure shouldn't be one of them.
Unlimited Storage Expansion
Every minute of every day your business creates more data. And these days, everything needs to be readily available. But can you afford to keep up with the demands on your storage servers? With the NearCloud Plan, your storage can grow affordably and you don't have to buy new hard drives every month.
High-Speed Redundant Access
Most employees have faster internet access at home than they do at work. Which creates a problem - working remotely is much slower than working in the office. Unfortunately, it's the office that's the bottleneck. Our high-speed access runs at 50 times the speed of the average home user. Remote work has never been so easy.
High Security Access
Take a look at where your servers are stored today. Is the room they're in even locked? Do you know who has access to it? How about the power going into the room - is it backed up with a generator? In a disaster, you could always have your employees work from home, but if the servers aren't up they won't get very far.