RCC constantly looks for ways to make our customers’ lives easier and the Cloud is a perfect example. Jason Buetow, Tech Manager at RCC, explains some of the benefits in moving to the Cloud: “With the Cloud, our customers do not experience server maintenence or repairs. When a customer is on our Cloud, they always meet hardware requirements for new versions of RCC and will always be up to date on RCC service packs and versions.”
“Customers are not limited to one device when accessing the Cloud. Android, Apple, and Windows devices can all be used to gain access to FDS from the Cloud.”
-Jason Buetow, Tech Manager
RCC Cloud Strives to Give Customers Peace of Mind
What exactly is the Cloud?
The Cloud may be a fairly new term in the technology sector but, simply put, a cloud is a group of off site servers that store data, allowing users to securely access information. Buetow explains more, “The RCC Cloud is a group of servers in Bird Island, MN. In the event of a catastrophic failure in Bird Island, it would take about 30 minutes to move all functionality to off site locations.”
Access the Cloud from Anywhere
With the RCC Cloud, users are not limited to a Windows environment. Jason goes on to say, “Customers are not limited to one device when accessing the Cloud. Android, Apple, and Windows devices can all be used to gain access to FDS from the Cloud.”
Access to FDS anywhere with the RCC cloud.
Move to the Cloud Today!
As Jason Buetow explains, “The average life expectancy of a server purchased today is roughly 5 years. Of course this estimated life term depends on the server bought and the operating system installed.” With an average life expectancy of hardware being that short, move to the RCC Cloud and never worry about having to purchase new server hardware ever again. Contact our Sales Team today to start the process!