Our strategic guidance helps companies optimise the potential of Cloud-based programs and systems to drive competitive advantage.
Cloud software, hardware and supported devices have the power to transform how business is done, but it’s understanding how to harness the potential that can really make a difference to operational agility. Talk to us about how best to adopt flexible working practices supported by Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Unified Communications (UC) and to identify the software, hardware and devices best suited to your business needs.
Don’t let the Cloud become a hotchpotch of diverse services. We can help you make the correct strategic decisions over whether to operate on public Clouds or to create something truly bespoke.
Cloud-based IT should be a dynamic resource – meeting the needs of organisations, their people and their customers by design, not by random and organic development. We can help you assess the value of hybrid cloud environments offering new opportunities for innovation, bringing together technology with strategic purpose.
Human error, hardware fault, malicious actions, and natural disasters such as flood or fire, can lead to complete IT systems failure. So forward-thinking businesses develop a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) – some insurers even insist on one – and we’re experienced in creating systems to protect business servers, applications and data on employees’ desktops and laptops.
All data is stored in a secure, remote datacentre to guard against site failure or loss – meaning you can quickly recover business critical data….and stay in business.
As an accredited Microsoft Gold Mid-Market and Gold Small Business Solution Provider, we are among the elite when it comes to providing Microsoft Cloud solutions. Our technical specialists have the experience to identify your business needs and to translate this into Cloud-based solutions – developing services that drive organisational efficiency and support innovation. We are also a registered partner of Hewlett Packard and many other best-in-class technology vendors.
The Cloud places new levels of flexibility and what seems to be an infinite number of applications, services and data in the hands of businesses – so how best to organise this growing resource?
Rather than operating across several Cloud platforms, some organisations see value in developing their own private Cloud…and then combining it with public platforms to create a hybrid solution. This brings a mix of resources specific to their needs, flexing capacity and efficiency, and achieving new levels of data sharing and integration.
As a provider of Microsoft Office 365, we’re helping clients enhance productivity through secure access to applications, documents and personal settings…regardless of location and device type.
Office 365 brings certainty to software costs along with high data protection – with a guarantee of 99.9% availability through a Service Level Agreement. And because the software suite is so familiar, switching to the Cloud comes easily – and opens up even more effective collaboration using Outlook, Lync and SharePoint.