The cloud makes any IT solution available as a Service.

A hosted environment allows users to shift the heavy lifting of storing and running applications from local equipment to a robust network. In addition, an off-premises network infrastructure enables built-in disaster recovery functionality and ensures prompt service restoration in the event of critical failure.

Mobile and remote users are driving the demand to expand the physical limitations of a computer’s screen to a virtual workspace with a consistent user experience from any device, anywhere, and anytime.

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services – including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation flexible resources, and economies of scale. He typically only pays for Cloud services you use, helping you lower your operating expenses & manage your infrastructure more efficiently as your business needs change.


In the past, IT and telecom services used to mean bulky hardware and software with limitations. Today, cloud services mean that almost any solution can be offered “as a service.” This includes Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), or any other “X” aaS. Instead of having hardware on-premises and software on those specific devices, the cloud allows these services to migrate offsite to a more resilient and capable cloud.

Hybrid Cloud solutions

Most organizations are operating in a Hybrid Cloud environment today, even if only for email. Hybrid Cloud solutions mix private and public resources – enabling you to retain the choice of where you deploy your applications. It provides the freedom and power to shift workloads as well as capacity with agility to meet application performance objectives, geographic reach into new markets, and on-demand capacity needs. By migrating your assets to the cloud, your business can shift capacity between multiple data centers, globally distributed hosting assets, and public clouds as your needs evolve. As this model advances it is even more critical that companies look beyond the VM and start moving towards Infrastructure as code (IaC).

Make your business more agile.