By Ben Simmons
Small businesses can now transform their operations thanks to a range cloud services from Xerox.
The services will be sold through Xerox’s value-added resellers and include Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for midrange and Intel systems; Cloud Backup; and Disaster Recovery services.
Xerox’s business cloud services ensure that a company’s applications, data and IT platforms are secure. These services also manage workload demand and are priced to serve businesses with an annual revenue of £6 million to £150 million.
“Cloud technology is often presented as a complex, ‘big company’ infrastructure solution. But, in fact, managing IT operations in the ‘cloud’ is just as relevant and affordable for smaller companies and can be even more impactful,” said Ken Stephens, senior vice president of Cloud Services. “Expanding Xerox’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Backup and Recovery services to SMBs [small to mid-sized businesses] is the next step toward offering a full suite of business cloud services that SMBs can access on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ model.”
“Xerox extending its sales efforts to SMBs through retailers is a smart move, especially in the growing cloud space,” said Ben Trowbridge, CEO at Alsbridge, a global advisory firm. “It’s a logical extension of their longstanding enterprise services, with more opportunities to sell additional Xerox products and services relevant to SMBs.”
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