Securing Your Sage 100 Environment in the Cloud

Businesses are increasingly moving their operations to the cloud, not only for the operational efficiences and insights they can gain but also to be well-positioned for long-term success.

For many of our Sage 100 clients, we recommend moving to Sage Intacct, the modern, true cloud-based solution. For others however, Sage 100 remains key to their growth and success, not only because it works well for their business but also due customizations or other investments. Fortunately, there’s a solution that allows you to capture the benefits of a cloud-based application while maintaining your existing Sage 100 software.

Sage 100 Cloud Hosting: The Best of Both Worlds

Our partner, Cloud at Work, a specialized private cloud hosting provider, offers a pathway to modernize your Sage 100 application, extending the ROI of your investments.

Moving Sage 100 to a hosting provider allows you to best leverage the continuing value of the application. Moreover, hosting reduces the immediate costs and risks associated with on-premises infrastructure, setting the stage for a smoother transition to a modern, cloud-based ERP solution when you’re ready.

Unlike other hosting providers, Cloud at Work is an expert in Sage ERP systems, offering best-in-class Sage 100 application support. They work in tandem with MicroAccounting to scale your cloud solution to fit your specific needs and business processes.

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn about your options. Ready to make the move to the cloud? Contact your account manager or email the team to get started.

Advantages of Cloud-Based Environments for Sage 100 users

Cloud hosting for Sage 100 offers numerous advantages over your on-premise deployment, including:


Cloud environments allow you to easily scale your operations up or down based on demand, providing flexibility that on-premises solutions often lack.


Work from home has become a permanent change for many companies. A Hosted Sage 100 ERP model provides straightforward and secure accessibility for remote employees.

Automatic Updates

Managed cloud services often include automatic updates, ensuring that you are always using the latest version of Sage 100 without the hassle of manual upgrades.

Cost Efficiency

By moving to the cloud, businesses can reduce the costs associated with maintaining physical hardware and infrastructure. One set monthly fee buys you quick, anytime, anywhere access to your Sage 100 applications, without the technology overhead costs.

Enhanced Security and Compliance

When you’re operating your own on-premises servers, you retain complete control over security. However, if mismanaged, on-premise servers can leave an organization vulnerable to security threats. Conversely, with Cloud at Work, your data is protected with state-of-the-art security protocols, ensuring compliance with the latest data protection regulations and making sure your business stays up and running in the event of a disaster.

Move Sage 100 to Cloud Hosting and Save Money on Your Next Upgrade

Moving your Sage 100 environment to the cloud during your upgrade is easy and saves money. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing MicroAccounting is there with you all the way through the process:

  • You continue to run your business on your current version just as you’re doing today.
  • Cloud at Work builds your Sage 100 infrastructure and does the upgrade to the new version side-by-side, outside of production.
  • Once you’ve tested and approved it, Cloud at Work will move you over. When you come back to the office you’ll be on the new version in the cloud without seeing any difference.

Sage 100 Cloud Hosting: Meet Today’s Challenges and Be Future-Ready

Migrating to a private cloud hosting solution with Cloud at Work tackles immediate challenges—cost, security, accessibility, and scalability. Equally important, over the longer term, the transition positions your business for a future move to Sage Intacct cloud-based ERP when you’re ready. Contact us to learn more about moving Sage 100 to a hosted environment and how it can save you money on upgrades.