What we offer
Combine onsite IT with private, managed, and public cloud elements to create an environment that’s right for your business.
Cloud resources are available on demand from the public clouds vast pools of resource so that the applications that run on them can respond seamlessly to fluctuations in activity
Public clouds bring together greater levels of resource and so can benefit from the largest economies of scale. The centralized operation and management of the underlying resources is shared across all of the subsequent cloud services whilst components, such as servers, require less bespoke configuration. Some mass market propositions can even be free to the client, relying on advertising for their revenue.
There are a myriad of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS services available on the market which follow the public cloud model and that are ready to be accessed as a service from any internet enabled device. These services can fulfil most computing requirements and can deliver their benefits to private and enterprise clients alike. Businesses can even integrate their public cloud services with private clouds, where they need to perform sensitive business functions, to create hybrid clouds
our public cloud service, you can respond to quickly business demands while maintaining a flexible, dedicated environment – designed, built and operated exclusively for you.
The availability of public cloud services through an internet connection ensures that the services are available wherever the client is located. This provides invaluable opportunities to enterprise such as remote access to IT infrastructure (in case of emergencies etc.) or online document collaboration from multiple locations.
One of the main benefits that comes with using public cloud services is near unlimited scalability. The resources are pretty much offered ‘On Demand’ so any changes in activity level can be handled very easily. This in turn brings with it cost effectiveness. Thanks to the pooling of a large number of resources, users are benefiting from the savings of large scale operations. There are many services, like Google Drive, which are offered for free. Finally, the vast network of servers involved in public cloud services means that it can benefit from greater reliability. Even if one data center was to fail entirely, the network simply redistributes the load among the remaining enters making it highly unlikely that the public cloud would ever fail. In summary, the benefits of the public cloud are:
- Easy scalability
- Cost effectiveness
- Increased reliability