With Cloud Solutions,

Your data is safe and sound


Which Cloud Solutions benefits are most important to you?

Saving Money

Growth & Flexibility

Keeping Business Running

Collaboration & Remote Work

Data Security & Compliance

When businesses use cloud services, they don't have to buy expensive computer equipment or pay for upkeep. They just pay a regular fee for what they use, kind of like paying for electricity or water. This can save a lot of money.

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As businesses grow, so do their IT requirements. One of the significant advantages of cloud services is their ability to scale quickly and efficiently. If an SMB needs more storage, processing power, or additional services, these can be added instantly without the need for lengthy procurement and setup processes. This scalability also works in the opposite direction, providing the flexibility to scale down when necessary.

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Businesses have a lot of important data, like customer information, which they can't afford to lose. If something bad happens, like a computer failure or a flood, cloud services can help. They regularly make copies of all the data and can get it back quickly if it's lost, so businesses can keep running.

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Cloud services often include tools that enable easy collaboration and sharing of resources. In today's increasingly mobile and remote working environment, having access to business data and applications from anywhere, at any time, and on any device, is crucial. Cloud-based collaboration tools like shared calendars, documents, and project management software improve team collaboration and productivity.

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Keeping data safe from hackers is very important. Good cloud service providers use special methods to protect data, like tricky passwords and encryption, which is like a secret code. They can also help businesses follow rules about data safety, which can be hard to do without help.

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Goals of using Cloud solutions

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Business Agility and Innovation

Cloud solutions enable faster deployment of applications and services, accelerating time-to-market for new products and initiatives. The cloud's self-service capabilities and automation tools empower development teams to spin up and manage environments more efficiently, reducing development cycles.

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Focus on Core Competencies

By offloading IT infrastructure management to cloud service providers, businesses can free up internal resources and focus on their core competencies. With the cloud handling routine IT tasks such as maintenance, updates, and security, organizations can redirect their efforts towards strategic initiatives, innovation, and delivering value to their customers.

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Seamless collaboration

Cloud solutions facilitate seamless collaboration and remote work capabilities, providing employees with access to files, applications, and resources from any location and device. This promotes teamwork, improves productivity, and allows businesses to leverage talent from anywhere, breaking down geographical barriers.

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Costs optimization

One of the primary goals of adopting cloud solutions is to achieve cost savings and optimize spending. By moving to the cloud, businesses can avoid upfront investments in hardware, data centers, and IT infrastructure. They can also reduce operational costs associated with maintenance, upgrades, and staffing.


If you want to remain competitive, you must embrace the cloud

Save money

According to a report by LogicMonitor, 66% of IT professionals surveyed reported achieving cost savings after moving to the cloud. Forbes reported that organizations can save an average of 21% on their annual IT costs by migrating to the cloud.

Competitive advantage

A study by IDG found that 74% of organizations believe that cloud computing gives them a competitive advantage by enabling faster access to new technologies and innovations. In a survey conducted by Microsoft, 94% of businesses reported that they experienced increased security after moving to the cloud, allowing them to focus on innovation.


A survey by RightScale revealed that 94% of respondents experienced improved scalability and flexibility in their operations after adopting cloud solutions. According to a study by IDC, organizations using cloud infrastructure witnessed a 20.66% reduction in application downtime, enabling them to scale their resources as needed.


A survey by Frost & Sullivan found that companies with effective collaboration strategies experience a 400% boost in productivity. A study conducted by Google Cloud revealed that 87% of employees believe that cloud collaboration tools make them more productive.

Business continuity

In a survey by IDG, 94% of organizations reported that they saw an improvement in their ability to recover from a disaster after migrating to the cloud. According to a report by Aberdeen Group, businesses using cloud-based disaster recovery experienced an average recovery time objective (RTO) of 2.1 hours compared to 8 hours for non-cloud users.


What our Customers say

"Thank you LINC Project for the amazing customer service I received recently. You responded quickly and knew exactly what to do to get me productive again. Keep up the good work!"

Michelle W.

Founder & CEO

"I worked with the LINC team during my time as Head of Video Content at the World Economic Forum. I found them professional and knowledgeable and very flexible with dealing with complex, multiplatform issues that the video department needed. Highly recommended!"

Martha C.

Vice President of Creative

"Fantastic service! After having weeks of run around with Time Warner and way too many IT headaches, Ludovic was able to come out to my office (SAME DAY as my initial request I might add!!!) and fixed our networking issues in a little over an hour! Very impressed. He even brought over one of his access points just in case we needed one. He will definitely be our go to IT person over here at TiqIQ. Such a nice find!"

Garrett G.

Office Manager, TiqIQ


The most frequently asked questions

What is the cloud and how does it work?

This question seeks a basic understanding of what the cloud is and how it functions as a network of remote servers to store, manage, and process data accessed over the internet.

What are the different types of cloud deployment models?

This question aims to understand the various cloud deployment options, such as public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud, and their differences in terms of ownership, accessibility, and infrastructure.

Is the cloud secure? How can I trust the security of my data?

This question relates to the security of cloud solutions and seeks reassurance about data protection, encryption, access controls, and compliance measures implemented by cloud service providers.

How can cloud solutions benefit my business?

This question focuses on the specific advantages that cloud solutions offer, such as cost savings, scalability, flexibility, enhanced collaboration, increased productivity, and access to advanced technologies and services.

How much does cloud computing cost, and what are the pricing models?

This question pertains to understanding the cost structure of cloud solutions, including the pricing models (pay-as-you-go, subscription-based), factors influencing costs (storage, data transfer, computing resources), and how to estimate and optimize cloud expenses.

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