Work anywhere, securely and productively
Whether you’ve started your journey to the Cloud yet or not, the benefits of adopting cloud solutions are endless. Cloud computing is the driving force behind productive and secure remote working.
Your IT should work alongside your business and support you in achieving your goals. Cloud technologies are easily scalable allowing you to quickly and cost-effectively reconfigure your cloud assets to match your needs.
Why move to the Cloud?
The key benefit of moving to the cloud is scalability: as your business requirements fluctuate – more or fewer people, or computing resources – you can quickly and cost-effectively reconfigure your cloud assets to match the need.
Sophisticated monitoring lets you analyse your cloud performance in real time, with as much (or as little) detail as you require. Using the large-scale resources of a public cloud provider can bring increased resilience and reach, compared to a company-owned configuration.
Frequently asked Questions
Why move to the cloud?
At the heart of the global move to cloud services is scalability: as your business requirements fluctuate – more or fewer people, or computing resources (processor power, storage, web server bandwidth, software licences, etc.) – you can quickly and cost-effectively reconfigure your cloud assets to match the need. Moving to the cloud can also facilitate collaboration and improve productivity within your workforce. You can find out more about the benefits of moving to the Cloud as well as the latest cloud solutions in our cloud blog posts category:
Which cloud solution providers do you work with?
As with all the solutions we provide we are supplier independent meaning we are unbiased when choosing the right solution for your business. That being said the key cloud solutions providers we work with are Microsoft (Azure), Amazon (Amazon Web Services), UKCloud and Google (Google Cloud). You can see the full list of providers we work with here.
Where are your data centres?
We have a Tier 2 datacentre in Bristol and two, Tier 3 datacentres in Wiltshire and Hampshire giving you the option of where your data is hosted based on your security requirements.
What can you move the cloud?
The most common areas where businesses are moving to the cloud are email (Office 365) and phone system (8×8 VoIP) however the possibilities are endless. As a Bristol IT client we will recommend elements of your IT which would provide being in the cloud.