Why We Use Amazon Web Services for the BMS Cloud

The BMS Cloud allows our clients to simplify data management, automate updates and nightly backups, strengthen security, and improve their overall software experience. We offer a smooth transition to the BMS Cloud using in-house migration and installation services, as well by partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the most secure, reliable and responsive providers in the industry.

Three Benefits of AWS for the BMS Cloud


Security is of the highest priority for Amazon Web Services. As a customer, BMS benefits from the same security infrastructure built for larger industries, which includes multiple secure data centers, encrypted data transit, network firewalls, multi-factor authentication, and frequent vulnerability testing to ensure data is stored and transmitted safely. In other words, AWS allows BMS to pass peace of mind on to our clients and make data recovery easier in the face of disaster.


As one of the industry leaders in terms of cloud reliability, Amazon Web Services allows BMS to guarantee 98% uptime and minimize/eliminate various performance issues related to hardware or local network infrastructure, making BMS applications accessible anytime, anywhere internet is available.


AWS centralizes all your BMS applications to a single server. This means your applications run entirely within the AWS environment, which improves response time while performing various tasks. It also allows for consistent performance regardless of the local workstation’s power, making for an overall more efficient computing experience.

So, why did we choose AWS for the BMS Cloud? To put it simply: because we share common goals. AWS and BMS put security, reliability, and responsiveness at the top of our priority lists so we can provide clients with an affordable, low maintenance user experience that works when you need it to and ensures your data is safe.

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