Solutions & Services

    Cloud

    Leverage infinite scale and accessibility across private, public and hybrid clouds

    • Overview

      Cloud computing is revolutionizing the industry by presenting myriad workplace use cases and capturing the mindshare of business and IT leaders.  With the flexibility and availability of the cloud, you can now select which applications and infrastructure best fit in a private cloud and which should reside in a public cloud. Perhaps best of all, consider a hybrid cloud: Maximize the benefits of public and private by leveraging existing infrastructure to cut costs while modernizing the way IT services are delivered.

    • Solutions

      While the concept of cloud is simple, determining how it best fits with your organizational needs can be incredibly complex. Relax and partner with the experts.  Structured Cloud solutions help organizations meet the demands of the modern workplace by building a mix of infrastructure in a way that ensures performance and reliability – while maximizing security – whether workloads run in the data center or in an external environment.

      Cloud Readiness assessment and design: Start here. Consider the elements involved and determine the value of the cloud for your organization.

      Private, Public, Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure (XAAS): Build your platform in the Cloud, let your IT teams focus on more strategic projects, rather than time-consuming everyday tasks.

      Cloud Backup, Recovery & Archiving: Leverage next-generation platforms for simple, secure and scalable data protection.

      Cloud Firewall and Endpoint Security: Deliver multi-layered data center security.

      Cloud Voice, Messaging and Collaboration: Get out of the business of managing your phone system.

      Application On-Demand Services: Get access to secure, fully configured development environments for enterprise applications.

      Managed IT Operations As A Service (OAAS): Outsource your hosted applications and infrastructure, free up your IT.

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