Your servers can be turned off in your office, reclaim that space, lower your power bill, and use a cloud solution.
Most people are familiar with cloud computing without realizing it. Cloud hosting is what you do when you host your website at a hosting provider. Your website isn’t hosted in-house, it’s a provider. The same can be done with your shared files, your applications, your antivirus, your desktops. In one form or another everything you do at your office can be done without local server hardware. You may not even need a PC at your desk, thin clients can take care of that.
Cloud computing for small business allows our customers the ability to go without an in-house server. We manage the server, the backups, the applications, and as a small business owner you can relax.
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Our data centers have redundant network connections so that there is no single point of failure. By mainly routing traffic across large internet backbones versus sending data through bottle-neck points (commonly referred to as NAPs), the data traffic from our network avoids common centers of high congestion. This design, coupled with our direct peering to Tier 1 providers, ensures that we offer your business the capacity it needs to effectively and efficiently meet any bandwidth requirements and that your content is delivered as quickly as possible.
- Web Hosting
- Application Hosting
- Email Hosting
- DNS Hosting
- Full Managed Services
- Virtual server hosting
- Business Continuity hosting
- Disaster recovery hosting.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
Platform as a service (PaaS)
Software as a service (SaaS)
Another very important aspect of the design of the site is the proper use of available technology. Many web sites include design elements that accomplish little besides confusing their visitors. There is new software available almost daily which serve as tools for web design companies. Before adding interactive technologies to web sites, we perform extensive research to identify the intended audience in order to ensure that the message will be well received and beneficial to the goals of the project.