cloud services

Cloud email, hosted software and other services, and public and private clouds are all integral for certain business operations, but are they right for you? We’ll help you navigate the cloud mumbo-jumbo and pick the right option that fits with your budget, people, and priorities.

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Public & Private Cloud

public/private/hybrid cloud

A public cloud refers to computing resources owned by a 3rd party used to deliver a service via the internet to many customers. The resources are shared by the customers as part of buying the service. Office 365 and G-Suite are good examples of this.
A private cloud refers to computing resources owned exclusively by a company to deliver a service or services. This can include on-site infrastructure or resources hosted elsewhere that are still used exclusively by one company and not shared with any other customers. Companies that are particularly concerned with control and security often prefer private cloud setups.
This is often labeled as the “best of both worlds” and where most business end up. It refers to the situation where a company has both public and private cloud resources they draw on. For example, a company might use Office 365 for email (public cloud), but deploy a business application (accounting software for example) on their own resources (private cloud).

cloud migrations

A cloud migration means you want to move a computing resource from on-premise to hosted in the cloud. Email is a common example of this, but it is happening more and more with other software as well, such as accounting or other industry-specific business platforms. We’ve been a part of hundreds of these projects at our clients over the years, and we’re prepared to evaluate the possibility of and manage the execution of a migration for you.
Yes. Most businesses are moving from in-house to cloud-based email. We’ve got experience across many email platforms, and have handled migrations ranging from 10 mailboxes to 300+.
Cloud Migrations
Cloud Migrations

cloud migrations

A cloud migration means you want to move a computing resource from on-premise to hosted in the cloud. Email is a common example of this, but it is happening more and more with other software as well, such as accounting or other industry-specific business platforms. We’ve been a part of hundreds of these projects at our clients over the years, and we’re prepared to evaluate the possibility of and manage the execution of a migration for you.
Yes. Most businesses are moving from in-house to cloud-based email. We’ve got experience across many email platforms, and have handled migrations ranging from 10 mailboxes to 300+.
Cloud Applications

cloud applications

Cloud applications are applications or software that are hosted elsewhere and are accessed via the internet, as opposed to installed on your computer, device, or on-premise server. The computing power is owned and operated by a 3rd party provider, and they maintain the integrity of the resources so that customers don’t have to worry about things like hardware, licenses, security, and maintenance. This usually means the customer has a smaller up-front cost and pays a monthly or annual subscription for the rights to use the application.

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