Washington D.C.'s District Computers Named "Cloud Innovator"
Kansas City, KS, Jan 18, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Time may equal money, but the sum of that equation -- efficiency -- is even more valuable in today's high-speed business world. That's the touchstone of District Computers, a Washington, D.C,.-based IT consulting firm well-versed in matching its clients with the most appropriate solutions.
Increasingly, many District Computers customers are drawn to the cloud.
"The big thing that we like to focus on -- the one thing that we do -- is we sell efficiency," said Steve Hall, District Computers' founder. "All we focus on is helping businesses operate more efficiently. So, everything that we do is about how do we help the next business or our client operate more efficiently. And, if they can do their jobs better, then we feel that we've done our job. That's really the goal of everything we do."
The company's work in cloud-based managed services has earned District Computers the title of "Cloud Innovator." The technology blog cloud-innovators.com focuses on leadership in cloud-based services and profiles IT firms who deliver cutting edge solutions.
The trend toward cloud computing means it's easier than ever to do business while in transit, and, to communicate around the globe. Many companies now insist employees function as seamlessly in the field as at headquarters. So, the ability to manage all types of devices from afar often translates into a more productive environment, per Hall.
"A lot of people are thinking that they can jettison their hardware," he said, citing feedback that District Computers employees receive from clients and the market. "The big thing is cloud services or internet-hosted services have obviously been around for a long time, but it's really just hitting mainstream and that's what we're getting."
The myriad products and services offered can be confusing for customers, but that is where Hall and his team come in to play.
"The technology is there," Hall said. "I'm not necessarily certain that the culture is all caught up. But, that's what they expect -- that I can get everything and pay less and pay exactly what I need -- and that is the promise of the cloud."
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