For those in the field such as case workers, or those just away from their desk delivering programs - providing remote access to system information via laptop, tablet, or smartphone is essential. Sparkrock allows users to securely access only the areas they have permissions for and keeps data in the cloud and not on the device. Data stored digitally means no more loose papers and notes that can easily be lost.
The less you spend on IT resources, the more you can put into delivering high quality services. With cloud, we become an extension of your IT department, enabling you to scale back on costly or unused internatl technical staff or free up time to concentrate on your organization's broader mission. Using the cloud allows you to better control computing-related costs and quanitifies your monthly overhead. You can avoid large, irregular expenditures for new servers or other computing needs.
Staying current with technology has always been a hurdle. Once you finish a roll-out of a solution, it seems like there’s already a new release. How do you build the business case and get funding for an upgrade again? The beauty of cloud computing is that you never have to take on a huge implementation again in order to stay current. New releases are seamlessly rolled out as updates within the system, putting new features and functionality into workers’ hands immediately to make them more productive.
Depending on how much work your IT staff is juggling on a regular basis, you might find maintaining a strong security posture challenging. Using the cloud means you have experts who are always ensuring protection against the latest threats, updating patches promptly, and maintaining compliance with regulations. Sparkrock is built on the industry’s most trusted cloud, Microsoft Azure. It is compliant on all US and Canadian Federal data security requirements including HIPPA, FERPA, NIST, MARS-E, and many more.