Two-thirds of leading business leaders view IT as strategic partners for successfully deploying cloud solutions.

Business can’t afford to consider IT as an afterthought. A connected, digitally mobilized world means that infrastructure has a significant role to play in reaching your customers.

Cloud computing is an emerging area of distributed computing that offers many potential benefits to organizations by making information technology (IT) services available as a commodity. When they contract for cloud services, such as applications, software, data storage, and processing capabilities, organizations can improve their efficiency and their ability to respond more quickly and reliably to their customers’ needs.

Cloud computing is not a single type of system, but it encompasses a range of underlying technologies and configuration options. When considering the move to cloud computing, organizations should evaluate the different technologies and configurations, and determine the specific parts of the cloud computing spectrum that meet their needs.

We help our small scale and large enterprise customers to budge to cloud platforms by helping them consider the below factors as per their business strategies.

Deployment models: Based on the way customers wish to control their resources and the scalability, cost and availability of their resources, we help them chose private, community, public, hybrid or on-site private clouds.

Service Models: Based on the customer’s objectives and their workloads, infrastructure management requirements, accessibility requirements w.r.t their applications , operating systems, storage , we recommend one of the service models – Cloud software as service (SaaS), Cloud platform as service (PaaS), Cloud infrastructure as service (CaaS).

Economic Considerations: Cloud computing allows the customer to request, receive, and later release as many resources as needed. We enable the customers to use this elasticity and avoid excessive costs by making use of over-provisioning capacity to meet peak demand and lesser capacity in nonpeak periods.

Service-Level Agreements (SLAs): Create awareness about the legal relationships and responsibilities of the customers with the cloud providers.

Security: Clouds, however, have the potential to aggregate private, sensitive information about customers in cloud data centers. Customers should ensure if the CSP has implemented robust security controls and a sound privacy policy.

We enable customers to transform their business to cloud and realize the underlying benefits:

  • Reduced infrastructure costs
  • Capacity, scalability and speed
  • Maintain focus on business
  • Business agility
  • Reduced capital expenditure
  • Unlimited storage
  • Backup and recovery
  • Software integration
  • Easy access to information
  • Staffing efficiency