These days there is a perception that everything should be kept in the “cloud.” The truth is, certain things belong there, and certain things don’t. Disaster recovery and backup can exist in the cloud, as can servers and file sharing. E-mail, particularly Office 365, is one of the more popular cloud applications. However, sometimes it can be cost-prohibitive, and certain industries have federal or medical requirements that restrict its use. We have the expertise to help you find the solution that’s best for your unique business.
Microsoft Azure & AWS
Microsoft SharePoint Online
Offsite Backup and Disaster Recovery
VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud
Device Management as a Service
IT leaders are under increasing pressure to transform from cost centers into strategic service providers and business enablers for their organizations. Cloud computing offers a new way to manage your business by providing IT services through virtualizes applications, software, hardware, and networking services housed in an internet “cloud”. The cloud provides flexibility to adapt to your changing business needs.