Increase security and flexibility with a hosted server
There are many reasons why businesses are moving their infrastructure to the cloud. These include increased flexibility, scalability, collaboration, security, and changing from upfront to monthly payments.
You can utilise hosted virtual servers to address a number of business requirements;
- Move physical servers to the Cloud at the server end of life.
- Host line of business applications securely for ease and speed of remote access.
- Remote Desktop Services – safeguard company data by users accessing a hosted desktop.
- Rapid provision of services.
- Data centre connectivity for file access, uptime and resiliency.
Cloud servers can be configured to provide levels of performance, security and control like those of a dedicated server. But instead of being hosted on physical hardware that’s solely used by you, they reside in a shared “virtualised” environment that’s managed by us.
Why move to the cloud?
- Opex not Capex Model – no more expensive outlay for hardware
- Optimised hardware and scalability – no longer pay for un-used capacity
- Staff resource allocation – Moving to the cloud frees up your staff from maintaining and monitoring hardware
- A cloud to fit your business needs – Public, Private and Hybrid dependent on how mission-critical your operations are.
- Business continuity – no need to worry about server hardware failure, your business consumes the resources it requires with 100% uptime.
- Security – employees are the most likely source of a security lapse, with the cloud you access information regardless of where it is stored.
- Flexibility and scalability – flexibility to scale up and down according to demand, all the time only paying for what you are using.
- Better business focus – or SME’s Cloud provides immediate low-cost access to a huge range of computer and network resources. For Enterprises, the Cloud enables you to drive down costs, increase operational efficiency and meet complex permanent or development hosting requirements.