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Important features of cloud.

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No up front costs

Pay as you go with compute resources, no hardware and software investment costs.

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Ecomonies of scale

Microsoft and Amazon etc. compete to provide you with a managed solution at less cost than internal IT departments.

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Security and Risk

Be confident that your data is safe and the risk of hardware or software failure is already mitigated.

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Train and Integrate

Let us provide the integrated platform and train staff to manage and adapt to the cloud.

Cost effectiveness of the cloud

We understand the difference the cloud can make to program schedules with whole layers of technology removed from your business to focus on your products and services.

About us

Have confidence you are picking the right option

Worked with Microsoft on MSDN all the football league websites and some of the premier league websites. With the birth of cloud computing I have natually progressed from datacenter computing resources to cloud compute.
- Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
- Microsoft Certified System Engineer
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Martin O'Gorman
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- Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, 2010 & 2013 Configuration certified.
- Microsoft Certified System Engineer Security Specialist
- Solaris 9 System Administrator

Latest News on cloud fundamentals.

Lower your finincial risk and don't sink costs into large infrastructure or development projects

IAAS Explained
IaaS: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Sometimes it’s called Hardware-as-a-Service.) If you wanted to run an application in your business you would have to invest in hardware, routers, firewalls, warrantees, etc. and the people to support/install this expensive hardware. more...

IAAS Explained

IaaS: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Sometimes it’s called Hardware-as-a-Service.) If you wanted to run an application in your business you would have to invest in hardware, routers, firewalls, warrantees, etc. and the people to support/install this expensive hardware. This would leave to large upfront costs and time on projects. With IaaS you essentially let Microsoft, Amazon, etc look after the hardware, network, and storage with fees related to usage. This then enables companies to reduce costs for employees, and space concentrating on products and services they specialize in. A good example is that most large companies use to have telephone exchanges within their company they maintained and looked after. This is now completely transferred to the telecoms companies.
SAAS Explained
Software as a Service (SaaS), represent the largest cloud market and are still growing quickly. SaaS uses the web to deliver applications that are managed by a third-party vendor and whose interface is accessed on the clients’ side.
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SAAS Explained

Software as a Service (SaaS), represent the largest cloud market and are still growing quickly. SaaS uses the web to deliver applications that are managed by a third-party vendor and whose interface is accessed on the clients’ side. SaaS applications can be run directly from a web browser without any downloads or installations required, although some require plugins.

Because of the web delivery model, SaaS eliminates the need to install and run applications on individual computers. With SaaS, it’s easy for enterprises to streamline their maintenance and support, because everything can be managed by vendors: applications, runtime, data, middleware, OSes, virtualization, servers, storage and networking.

SaaS offering types include email and collaboration, customer relationship management, and healthcare-related applications. Some large enterprises that are not traditionally thought of as software vendors have started building SaaS as an additional source of revenue in order to gain a competitive advantage.

PAAS Explained
PaaS, is a category of cloud computing that provides a platform and environment to allow developers to build applications and services over the internet. PaaS services are hosted in the cloud and accessed by users simply via their web browser.
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PAAS Explained

PaaS, is a category of cloud computing that provides a platform and environment to allow developers to build applications and services over the internet. PaaS services are hosted in the cloud and accessed by users simply via their web browser.

Platform as a Service allows users to create software applications using tools supplied by the provider. PaaS services can consist of preconfigured features that customers can subscribe to; they can choose to include the features that meet their requirements while discarding those that do not. Consequently, packages can vary from offering simple point-and-click frameworks where no client side hosting expertise is required to supplying the infrastructure options for advanced development.

Frequently Asked Questions
How does the demo work?

Enter your details and click “Find Out More” and we will contact you with a convenient date for a demo.

Whats in the demo

The demo can be tailored to your requirements from hybrid cloud, networking, Point to Site (PTS), and Point to Point (PTP) VPN’s, site recovery, disaster recovery, high availability, ADFS, etc.

Costs?

The Demo is free and if you decide to engage with us you will have no upfront costs enabling you to get a beta site up and running quickly.

Security on cloud platforms

Our Specialism is security on cloud platforms explaining and mitigating risks for your projects. Assisting project teams through the perpetration testing and security requirements required and areas to watch closely.

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