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The cloud is the big thing in technology right now, and deservedly so. The integration of the cloud has completely removed internal data storage problems from the equation. Companies can now relive all the burdensome resources that keep their company efforts weighted.
How much does it cost? This is a dilemma many companies find themselves in 2017. What is a fair price for cloud services and support? Consultation can help clients find fair costs that are packed with excellent support features.
A company should not typically pay large upfront costs. The definition of “large” may be hard to pinpoint. It should not cost more than a year of support, at the very least. Companies offering large upfront costs should follow it up with “free” support for a period.
In regards to monthly payments, there are two basic ways to go. A company can either pay a flat amount monthly or pay by the allocation of the service. The flat fee is likely the better option early on, as employees are still working with a new and potentially unfamiliar system.
Employees are still learning how it all works. Responsive and active cloud support may be more necessary at this stage. Companies should switch as the service's progress, especially as they become familiar with its inner-workings. A “pay as needed” system can add up in consistent service. But, it can also be an excellent pricing structure for complex albeit rare cloud support situations.
$1 Per Month
Yes, the famous $1 per month cloud support system is an actual market option. It defines the other extreme of pricing structures. It is also a red flag for a service that may not fit the bill. Now, this may be a promotion if a customer has a substantial upfront payment. It is likely a scenario that provides mediocre cloud services with less-than-desirable support. Some companies will offer no support, which is potentially great for certain clients at the right price.
Reach out to the Total Tech Team at http://www.callt3.com/services/consulting-project-services/ for more on the intricate aspects of cloud computing and pricing. There is no unquestionably correct answer in this field.
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