We move your worries to the cloud so that you can focus on your business goals
A cloud service is any resource that is provided over the Internet. The most common cloud service resources are Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
In other to fast track modern businesses and help you save money by drowning your worries so that you can concentrate on your business goals, we leverage on our cloud computing capabilties and the cutting-edge cloud services available. Hence providing you with a secure and worry free atmosphere for your business to thrive.
Amongst the many benefits of cloud services are:
Businesses of all sizes should be investing in robust disaster recovery, but for smaller businesses that lack the required cash and expertise, this is often more an ideal than the reality. Cloud is now helping more organizations buck that trend. Small businesses are twice as likely as larger companies to have implemented cloud-based backup and recovery solutions that save time, avoid large up-front investment and roll up third-party expertise as part of the deal.
Cloud-based services are ideal for businesses with growing or fluctuating bandwidth demands. If your needs increase it's easy to scale up your cloud capacity, drawing on the service's remote servers. Likewise, if you need to scale down again, the flexibility is baked into the service. This level of agility can give businesses using cloud computing a real advantage over competitors
The more employees and partners collaborate on documents, the greater the need for watertight document control. Before the cloud, workers had to send files back and forth as email attachments to be worked on by one user at a time. Sooner or later - usually sooner - you end up with a mess of conflicting file content, formats and titles.
And as even the smallest companies become more global, the scope for complication rises. According to one study, "73% of knowledge workers collaborate with people in different time zones and regions at least monthly".
When you make the move to cloud computing, all files are stored centrally and everyone sees one version of the truth. Greater visibility means improved collaboration, which ultimately means better work and a healthier bottom line. If you're still relying on the old way, it could be time to try something a little more streamlined.
The beauty of cloud computing is that the servers are off-premise, out of sight and out of your hair. Suppliers take care of them for you and roll out regular software updates - including security updates - so you don't have to worry about wasting time maintaining the system yourself. Leaving you free to focus on the things that matter, like growing your business.
Lost laptops are a billion dollar business problem. And potentially greater than the loss of an expensive piece of kit is the loss of the sensitive data inside it. Cloud computing gives you greater security when this happens. Because your data is stored in the cloud, you can access it no matter what happens to your machine. And you can even remotely wipe data from lost laptops so it doesn't get into the wrong hands.
Cloud computing cuts out the high cost of hardware. You simply pay as you go and enjoy a subscription-based model that's kind to your cash flow. Add to that the ease of setup and management and suddenly your scary, hairy IT project looks at lot friendlier. It's never been easier to take the first step to cloud adoption.
When your teams can access, edit and share documents anytime, from anywhere, they're able to do more together, and do it better. Cloud-based workflow and file sharing apps help them make updates in real time and gives them full visibility of their collaborations.
With cloud computing, if you've got an internet connection you can be at work. And with most serious cloud services offering mobile apps, you're not restricted by which device you've got to hand. The result? Businesses can offer more flexible working perks to employees so they can enjoy the work-life balance that suits them - without productivity taking a hit. One study reported that 42% of workers would swap a portion of their pay for the ability to telecommute. On average they'd be willing to take a 6% pay cut.