The cloud represents your business’s opportunity for greater collaboration, file sharing, and accessibility.
With the knowledge of our experienced team, we can procure and deploy the perfect system for your business and its cloud computing requirements. We are exceptionally knowledgeable in deploying IaaS(Infrastructure as a Service) and SaaS(Software as a Service) and have aided our clients in transitioning their physical servers to the cloud.
Additionally, we have assisted many clients in converting to hybrid cloud setups that allow the internet to work alongside older legacy solutions and servers. Additionally, we offer our own private cloud for above-and-beyond security and Regulatory Compliance.
Today’s cloud technology options offer businesses of any size access to virtually unlimited storage and cloud computing. Your business’s unique requirements will determine how and to what extent you use cloud services. s0x solutions IT experts will assist you in choosing the best cloud computing products for your business and how you can utilize them.
Cloud computing offers amazing future-proofing to your business. It is highly scalable, with none of the infrastructure demands falling on you, the user. Cloud computing allows you to work remotely from anywhere in the world across a variety of different devices, and today, more than ever, these features have become essential. Additionally, cloud computing subscriptions and consumption-based models are turning what would traditionally be capital expenditures into an IT operating expense.
Cloud Migration & Management
During these times in this post COVID-19 world, virtual offices have become the new normal. For many, this is truly liberating. Your business is no longer confined just to your physical office space. Your business can be mobile and conducted from virtually anywhere on a variety of different devices. Your staff can be located anywhere, allowing you to leverage a larger talent pool at more competitive rates. Cloud computing is critical to making all of this possible, and s0x will work with you to choose the best technology and help you implement this for your business.
Cloud Backup and Storage
Work smarter, not harder. Cloud services are available in several key categories:
1) Data Storage,
2) Desktop as a Service and
3) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
You can back up and archive data assets remotely with cloud computing, leaving your local hardware unburdened. Additionally, data stored in the cloud comes with an incredible degree of built-in redundancy, meaning data loss is a thing of the past.
Cloud computing comes with an incredible array of applications, helping to make your team more effective and efficient. It frees your time up to focus on other growth initiatives. s0x offers cloud services in the following areas:
- Data Backup/Business Continuity
- Hosted Voice over IP (VoIP)
- Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS)
- Database Servers
- Hosted Email
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
- AWS, Azure, Google cloud
A critical piece of any cloud computing puzzle is of course security considerations. Every business needs to protect its data. Whether you choose to leverage public top-tier hosting providers, maintain a private platform to control proprietary data, or elect to harness the advantages of both in a hybrid cloud environment, s0x always delivers the security and stability your company requires. From end-to-end encryption and separate data workstreams to authentication and much more, our experts work with you to understand the nature of your business and provide best-in-class security such as Identity and Access Management (IAM) and high availability.
DaaS / IaaS
Businesses may wish to leverage cloud computing with DaaS and IaaS. The cloud has freed businesses from the handcuffs and of hardware. For large organizations, the capital expenditure to outfit employees with physical desktop computers can be daunting. Enter Desktop as a Service (DaaS)—the ability to deliver virtual desktops and applications to your organization via the cloud. DaaS provides a simplified, flexible way to deliver data and is ideally suited to decentralized businesses. DaaS should be on your radar if you have a dispersed workforce, are growing exponentially, or want to reduce capital expenses.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is another cloud computing service that allows companies to outsource big-ticket items such as hardware, storage, data center space, or network components. By moving to IaaS, a business can reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) by using a subscription model that scales with the company.