Hosting and Cloud Services
Cloud Business Services
Cloud computing is a term that is used often, but many of us do not know what it really means. Definitions that describe the cloud as scalable and elastic sound interesting, but how does that relate to you and your business?
SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE (SAAS)
Software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted.
- EMAIL HOSTING: Web-based, IMAP, POP, Exchanges
- EMAIL ENCRYPTION:Encrypted Email toÂ comply with state and federal regulations.
- EMAIL ARCHIVING : Email Archiving and Retention
- HOSTED SECURITY: Spam/virus filtering, Web monitoring
- OFFICE & MESSAGING: MSÂ Office Suites, Chat, Â Web Conferencing, Sharepoint
- VOICE, FAX, UNIFIED COMMUNICATION: Â Hosted PBX, Fax, Web Conference
- FILES SYNC & SHARE SERVICES:Â Enterprise-grade cloud file sync and share
One of the benefitsÂ for these SaaS servicesÂ is the potential to reduce IT support costs by outsourcing hardware, software maintenance and support to the us.
INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)
InfrastructureÂ licensing and delivery model in which computing infrastructure (serversÂ and other resources like storage, firewalls, load balancers, IP addresses, virtual local area networks)Â is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. Â We are leveraging best-of-breed providers below to bring you reliable, scalable, and secured services.
- Amazon EC2
- Windows Azure
- Google Compute Engine
One of the benefitsÂ for these IaaS servicesÂ is the potential to reduce IT support costs by outsourcing network/server hardware, software maintenance and support to the us.
DESKTOP AS A SERVICE (DAAS)
DesktopÂ licensing and delivery model in which desktop computing infrastructure (virtualÂ desktops and other resources like storage, productivity and security software, IP addresses, virtual local area networks) is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted.
In this mode, all the components of the desktop are virtualized, which allows for a highly flexible and much more secure desktop delivery model. In addition, this approach supports a more complete desktop disaster recovery strategy as all components are essentially saved in the data center and backed up through redundant maintenance systems