If you’re not sure where to start, consider a Cloud Readiness Assessment to help you determine the specific benefits available from the many different cloud services.
We can recommend various technologies, discuss the merits of third party vendors, and help you create and implement the right managed cloud services for your business.
Thinking about moving to Microsoft Office 365? In addition to email, Office 365 offers online storage and file sharing, web conferencing, the latest in Office Applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and more.
Let us take care of the heavy lifting, from choosing the right package, managing the migration, protecting against cloud data loss, and providing ongoing support.
If you’re looking to reduce the footprint and costs of hosting and maintaining your on-premise servers, our virtual server hosting services (often referred to as Infrastructure as a Service) can consolidate, optimize and secure your valuable business data.
Offering predictable expenses, you can benefit from improved backup and disaster recovery, scalability, high availability, and of course 24/7 support.
Servers aren’t the only technology that can benefit from virtualization. You may want to consider virtualizing employee desktops as well, ensuring everyone always has access to the latest corporate applications and services.
Solutions such as Microsoft RDS (Remote Desktop Services) can simplify and centralize management, as well as increase security and control.
Our state-of-the-art data centers can securely house your servers, storage, and networking equipment, letting you share the cost of space, power and connectivity.
You have the option to host and maintain your own environment, or let us completely manage it for you.
You will also want to investigate solid backup and disaster recovery solutions, ensuring your valuable business data is always available, and should the worst happen, quickly recoverable.
Storing your files in the cloud has many advantages. You can view and modify from any almost any device connected to the Internet, and benefit from cloud backup services as well.
But picking which cloud service to use is more difficult. Popular storage choices for small business includes Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, Amazon Cloud Drive and others.
Larger businesses with more data and stringent security requirements will want to consult with us on more robust solutions.