Archives | Month: March 2020
Business Continuity Plans are important to ensure that your company is ready for whatever unpredictable disaster comes your way. One aspect of these plans is creating and enabling capacity for your workforce to work remotely, in case it is no longer safe to occupy the physical office space. This is especially important for natural disasters that effect the integrity of your building, or during epidemics where safety requires workers to stay in their own homes as much as possible.
Kilton can help you adapt and prepare for these types of disasters and minimize or negate the impact these disasters can have on your business operations.
As COVID-19 hits more and more countries worldwide, many companies have had to change the way they operate to reduce physical contact and the spread of the virus. For some companies, that means being flexible and creating new solutions to the change in our economic climate. If you need help developing new applications to suit your company during this time, Kilton is prepared to help you through every step of the way.
Reach out today and find out what Kilton can do for you!
Most companies these days rely heavily on cloud-based systems to function. This is because there are so many ways using the cloud can save you money and time. Hybrid clouds enable you to pay for what you need, when you need it rather than risking overpaying or limiting the amount of space you can use. If you need help migrating to a cloud based system, Kilton can help you.
Kilton offers software development services that can help you in a number of ways. Whether you need to enhance existing software, create a whole new product, develop a mobile app, or design a web portal, we have you covered!
Kilton offers a variety of IT services so that you don’t have to worry about them. Outsource your IT needs to us, and we can provide you with systems and IT support that can optimize your money and time.
Cloud computing has been on the rise as companies look to optimize costs and improve accessibility to data across devices. In the next year, it is estimated that the portion of workloads processed in the cloud will be 94%. This is not surprising, as 90% of companies are currently on the cloud.