What exactly does the Cloud cover?
Because the Cloud delivers key business services via the internet, it removes the need for onsite hardware – and all the problems that go with it. And it removes the need for upfront costs. An attractive proposition for any business.
As it does not rely on your hardware, you can access the Cloud anywhere, and that has to be good news in a mobile world. Also, because we manage the Cloud externally, it allows organisations to get on with their business and not have to worry about the demands on their IT. That’s our job.
Security need not be a worry either. Updates are automatically applied, making sure protection levels remain at their optimum. And because Pro Drive cloud services are delivered by technology leaders, you can be assured they have best in class measures.
A cloudy outlook means a bright future
Most of us already use the Cloud, it has long been a staple element of personal computing. And it is big in the enterprise too. Now we see increasing popularity with small and medium businesses, who want a new approach to communications and applications. That’s because it offers efficiency and flexibility, and a way to acquire the latest technology, for even the smallest organisation.
Cloud commitment without compromising compliance
Commitment to the cloud removes the need for system backups, which is good news for all of us. However historical copies of data can be required for compliance – whether to reduce risk of a single cloud provider, or simply to protect against user error. Fortunately we have this covered with our Cloud-to-Cloud backup.
- Proof of concept and cloud migration
- Hosted email and messaging compliance
- Security, backup and disaster recovery
- Infrastructure as a service
- Unified Communications
- Collaboration and file sharing
- Cloud to Cloud backup
- Microsoft Office 365 (Email, Lync and SharePoint)
- Symantec.Cloud Security
- Pro Drive Cloud and Managed Continuity
- Backupify cloud backup
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