For more than a decade, Multicloud 365, a technology initiative of professionals of U.S., has partnered with public and private entities to achieve large-scale change to transform the small business cloud technology public space to ensure that every small business is successful in transacting, cyber security and leveraging the latest software solutions for success.
To achieve this change, In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change. Guided by the goals, it is now up to all of us, governments, businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to build a better future for everyone.
To support these strategies and goals number 9 and 17, Multicloud 365 identifies innovative, evidence-based strategies across four key impact areas: Technology Infrastructure, Effective Software, Collective Collaboration and Ease of Use. Multicloud 365 then works with public and private partners to find ways to replicate and accelerate implementation of the strategies through a nationwide portfolio of work by informing technology insights, cyber security and providing training to small business owners.
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Multicloud 365 Q&A
What makes a great website?
It’s absolutely essential that when you’re building your own website, you understand exactly what your site is going to do. For example, if you’re looking to create a site to sell products, selling products should be your absolute priority. With every decision you make, you should ask yourself – is this going to help users buy my products?
Identifying who is going to be using your site is also crucial to building a good website. If you can understand what sort of people are going to be visiting your site, reading your blog posts, buying your products, or taking a look through your previous work, then you can build the site to suit them.
Establishing what your audience looks like is easier than you might think. Start off with good old common sense. For example, if you are selling artisan soap, then your target audience isn’t going to be 15-20 year-olds, like Snapchat’s was. Instead, your users might be 30-50 year-olds with more disposable income to spend on soap.
One useful tip is to break down your target users into different groups, by creating what is known as a persona. These are generalised, fictional people who represent a group of users.
The best way to create these personas, especially if you’re just starting out, is to research your market.
Look at other websites similar to yours: Is there another soap company you’d like to emulate – Burt’s Bees, for example? If so, find out what kind of people visit Burt’s Bees.
Survey your users, or target users, to find out who they are and what they’re really like. Talk to family and friends about your site, and its competitors, and the impressions they give.
If you’ve already made some sales, or have an existing readership, then you may have data about your website’s current audience. You can access this through tools like your payment platform, or Google Analytics.
Armed with this information, you can adjust your content to either match the needs of your existing audience, or attract a new one.
Do they want to buy fancy soap quickly and move on? Is price more or less important to them than ingredients? Do they only buy from brands they have an affinity with? Might they even want to have a repeat soap order? Now you’ll know.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
Where is your DNS hosted?
Do you have on-prem or cloud servers?
If On-Prem, Are there any switches or firewalls in place?
If so, what kind of switches and firewalls are they?
Do you have any endpoint protection in place?
Which LOB apps do you use mostly?
Does your team need a social network they communicate on internally?
Does your website currently have a website chat available?
Are you wanting to outsource some of your IT to save money?
Describe your creative process.
We listen to get the right solution for each and every client
We brainstorm to narrow down the best solution for every client
We execute and guarantee 100% satisfaction
What information do you need from a client before you can start work?
It is important that every client know what their deadlines and goals are before I can start work. This way expectations are set before the commencement of work and both parties are at a clear understanding as to what is to be completed and what is expected.
What do you love most about your job?
The amount of creativity that goes into a day surpasses any other job I've worked. From web development to database creation to server maintenance, there never is a dull moment at Multicloud 365.
What inspired you to start your own business?
Bill and Malinda Gates. Watching this man truly deliver a consistent product over the last 40 years is very impressive. I too want to have solutions that my clients are using and interacting with 40 years from now.
Why should our clients choose you?
Multicloud 365 is an affordable managed cloud computing solution for any business.
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