Cloud Computing Will Shape IT Landscape in 2012

 We’re excited to kick off the year with our newest offering, EnerGov 365, a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) for government agencies of any size.  With a scalable pricing structure to fit any budget, this comprehensive SaaS is ideal for agencies looking to reduce costs related to renewing traditional software licenses and the costs of maintaining traditional on-premise environments.

Cloud computing marks a new shift to a post-PC era as mobility and connection to the Internet is becoming imperative and big data continues to exhaust resources.  The cloud will continue to dominate the IT landscape as a cost-effective solution for those who want to leverage its existing IT capabilities without investing in a new infrastructure and new personnel to maintain it.

Here are just a few benefits cloud computing:

  • Cuts costs of upgrading servers and purchasing software and software licenses
  • Reduces client storage needs
  • Improves accessibility as a Web-based service
  • Enhances collaboration between users with ability to access and utilize the same information

However cloud computing is not a one-size-fits-all solution.   There will be a more suitable level of cloud services to choose from depending on one’s budget, resources and needs. Mid-sized agencies may be looking for a cost-effective data disaster recovery solution while larger agencies are looking to reduce operating costs and expensive upgrades.

With a scalable subscription pricing starting at $249 per named user per month, as well and other flexible options to choose from, EnerGov 365 will extend government agencies of any size a comprehensive stack of EnerGov’s leading government automation to meet its regulatory processing needs.


One Response to Cloud Computing Will Shape IT Landscape in 2012

  1. John Aebi says:

    Cloud computing is surely the future of technologies and it is here to stay. Thanks a lot for this informative article.

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