Is Cloud Tech Becoming a Pain in Your SaaS? Five Cloud Myths Busted in Free eBook from PGi
ATLANTA, Oct. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Are you afraid of the cloud? You shouldn’t be. According to InformationWeek.com, 81% of small and medium-sized business (SMB) cloud users believe their cloud services perform as well or better than those delivered in-house. Even so, scary cloud myths can prevent SMB owners from embracing technologies that could save them significant costs and help grow their businesses.
In their new eBook, “Are You Afraid of the Cloud: 5 of the Scariest Cloud Myths Busted,” PGi and AppDirect debunk the myths surrounding many of the biggest IT concerns facing SMB owners today like security risks, costs and control. Put your fear to rest, and infuse growth, strength and innovation into your business with the facts in this free eBook.
Free eBook — Are You Afraid of the Cloud? 5 of the Scariest Cloud Myths Busted
About Premiere Global Services, Inc. ? PGi
PGi has been a global leader in virtual meetings for 20 years. Our cloud-based solutions deliver multi-point, real-time virtual collaboration using video, voice and file sharing technologies. PGi solutions are available via desktops, tablets or mobile devices, helping businesses worldwide be more productive, mobile and green. PGi has a global presence in 25 countries and an established base of more than 35,000 enterprise customers, including 75% of the Fortune 100((TM)). In the last five years, we have hosted more than 725 million people from 137 countries in over 165 million meetings. For more information, visit us at http://www.pgi.com.
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