We’ve partnered with some of the world’s leading cloud storage and software providers to offer a full range of cloud services, to support businesses of all sizes and capabilities.
The data centres of our cloud service providers offer over 99.9% up-time and their security levels match the ones used by the Ministry of Defence: giving confidence that your resources are safe and accessible at all times.
What is the cloud?
Cloud computing, often referred to as simply “the cloud”, is the delivery and management of on-demand computing resources over the internet on a pay-for-use basis. These resources can take the form of a single piece of software right up to a full data centre.
Cloud services are elastic adapting processing and storage to your usage at any one time giving highest quality of service at all times.
Cloud services remove capital expenditure and by removing hardware failure gives the company better ability to control your IT budget. Pay for what use.
Backup and Recovery
Guarantee compliance security and business resilience with offsite back up and disaster recovery.
Work from anywhere
Securely access all your applications and services anywhere in the world at any time.
Loss of hardware costs millions of pounds a year but the loss of sensitive data on it could be a lot worse. Managing your data from the cloud removes the need to ever hold it locally removing that risk.
Going to cloud gives access to enterprise infrastructure and applications that would otherwise be reserved for large corporations alone.
How does it all work?
Cloud services can be adapted to suit your needs, time and ability.
The building blocks of cloud services are split into 3 key areas.
Infrastructure as a Service – (Iaas) – Server(s) within the Data Centre for you to populate and managed for you.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) – Server(s) with Operating System and Services installed and managed for you.
Software as a Service (SaaS) – Server(s) with all software applications the company needs installed and managed for you