Cloud hosting provides a world of flexible, secure and cost-effective options for businesses looking to increase agility in today’s competitive marketplace.
We have been helping businesses to adopt cloud solutions since the technology was in its infancy and host data for some large UK brands.
Why is it important?
Our team of specialists can help you to identify the ways your business can best utilise cloud hosting, harnessing the power of the cloud to drive your business forward.
Maintained by a team of specialists
Our dedicated hosting platforms are regularly maintained to the highest standard, for optimum speed and minimal downtime, so your business critical data is available to access from anywhere, at any time.
With the power of the cloud, business decisions can be made quickly and departments can collaborate more effectively to drive greater productivity and business opportunities.
Low upfront costs and flexible monthly payments
Cloud hosting removes the need for expensive servers onsite, lowering upfront costs and maintenance fees.
Scale quickly, only paying for what you need
With traditional onsite servers, you pay for the entire server whether or not you make use of its full capacity. Cloud hosting allows you to scale up and down as you need to, so you only pay for what you use. This often means costs are significantly lower than onsite servers.
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