October 2nd, 2019 by William Wentowski
Birmingham, AL – Did you know that we have begun to advise owners of SMBs (small to mid-sized businesses) to trade-in their obsolete tech for the latest advancements in technology? With many companies already shifting the bulk of their infrastructure to a cloud-based IT environment, we are preparing our customers for the inevitable future that any on-premise technology is no longer necessary. In stride with companies like Uber, the world's largest taxi company that owns no taxis, or AirBnB, the world's largest hotel company, that owns no hotels, we assert that most businesses will own no on-premise technology, either.
Historically, business owners would purchase their technology outright, only to eventually be burdened with unforeseen maintenance costs, repair costs or miscellaneous costs that were not part of the initial purchase, but necessary for scaling. The total cost of ownership of the technology far exceeded the initial purchase price and business owners were left deciding which servers, routers and supplementary purchases they needed to make without the expertise, or the inclination to do so. Furthermore, after a substantial capital expenditure, the underlying technology would reside on-site, eventually becoming obsolete.
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