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High cost of CAD workstations, decentralized IT, reliability, and security
Dant Clayton felt it was spending too much on purchasing and maintaining expensive local hardware.
Its high-powered CAD workstations cost an average of $3,000+/unit, for example, and needed to be replaced every 3-5 years.Learn More
What exactly does that mean for an organization? Why move to the cloud in the first place? Small businesses and enterprises alike have been migrating their IT systems to the cloud for quite some time.
In fact, a dramatically increasing number of small businesses are moving to the cloud. According to Gartner, the market for the public cloud will increase by 17.3 percent this year to $206.2 billion.
Forbes predicts that 83% of all IT workloads will be in the cloud (including public, private, and hybrid) with on-premises workloads falling from 37% to 27% by 2020.Download PDF
Gene Hale, CEO and founder of the G&C Corporation, talks about why he tapped IronOrbit to streamline the company's entire IT infrastructure.
For over 30 years, G&C Corporation has provided a wide range of products and services from mechanical, electrical, and plumbing materials to a wide range of construction equipment. The company has grown into a nationally-recognized player in the industry.
In this brief video, Mr. Hale talks about why he chose IronOrbit to streamline the organization's operation.
"It was crazy! We had servers all over the place. Different applications everywhere, it was chaos. We chose IronOrbit because they could streamline the operations. They would be on call for us and be there in the event of emergencies. So it was time to move forward."
Gene Hale, President - G&C Corporation