Cloud adoption continues to grow at a rapid pace, allowing companies like yours to benefit from robust data backup capabilities, increased scalability, enhanced collaboration between locations, and more.
Why Migrate to the Cloud?
- Allows your business to easily scale bandwidth and space as needed
- Presents more efficient data backup and recovery, even with lost devices
- Increased collaboration allows teams to share files and communicate from anywhere
- Access to enterprise-class tech at lower costs through a pay-as-you-go (OpEx) pricing model
- Reduces reliance on hardware, eliminating time consuming updates and alleviating stress on IT
Different Deployment Models
This is a type of cloud hosting in which services are delivered over a public network. In this model, you buy off-the-shelf applications and storage. This option is best suited for businesses that do not require a customized solution, but still need somewhere to host data and documents at a lower cost.
In this cloud model, the infrastructure operates solely for your organization. This is a more secure option that gives you greater control over your data, and is best for businesses with large IT staffs and many legacy applications.
Cloud implementations for government (state, federal, and municipal) entities typically run on private deployments as well, with many cloud providers providing dedicated datacenters for government use. Examples of this include the “GovCloud” offering from Amazon Web Services (AWS), and “Azure Government” from Microsoft Azure.
A hybrid cloud solution is an integrated computing model that can be an arrangement of two or more cloud servers (public, private etc.). This model requires on-premise resources and an off-site, server-based cloud infrastructure.
It is best for businesses that need a high level of security, but still require a public cloud environment where their customers can access data and applications.
A more rare implementation of cloud solutions is the “community” option. This is a cloud setup that is mutually shared between organizations that have common business interests.
If your business has a shared security of compliance concern, such as HIPAA, FISMA, GLBA, PCI-DSS, etc., then a community cloud implementation may be something to consider.
Buying cloud services through us has a few advantages:
The best aspect of buying cloud indirectly is that you have the option to assess and work with more than
one carrier. When working with us, our experts will quote from a wide portfolio of carriers to match you
with the right solution that will help you achieve the best business outcomes.
We have strong relationships with a wide portfolio of vendors, giving us the power to negotiate on your
behalf and help you get a better deal on cloud services.
Efficient Service and Support
Instead of smashing your head against a wall directly working with carriers, we will assume this headache
for you. In addition to ensuring cloud migration is seamless, we’ll manage all contracts and support
agreements so you only have to roll to one point of contact for your cloud solutions.
Single Point of Contact
We serve as a responsive single point of contact for all things cloud services. If any problems with your
cloud services are to arise, there is only one person you need to contact. Additionally, we’ll deliver global
support, without applying any hidden costs.
One size does not fit all, and we are fully aware of that. In fact, almost all cloud deployments require some
level of service integration and customization. We’ll leverage our expertise to mix and match a slew of
configurations that will help you accomplish your unique business challenges.
If you need assistance making a migration to the cloud or are currently unsure of whether a cloud solution is right for you, click here to schedule a free consultation with one of our cloud engineers and we can walk you through the process.