Cloud Services

With so many providers in the crowd of cloud, how do you find the right one for your business? Services provided, data location, security, scalability, compliance, network reliability and price to name a few, are some of the factors to consider when choosing a cloud provider. There is no one size fits all solution.

So why is the cloud so popular and what can your business gain? Here are just a few examples:

Reduced Cost

Reduction in capital spending and pay for what you need when you need it. In the past, data storage and deploying applications required buying and maintaining servers. In addition, power, space and countless hours of IT time spent maintaining servers added to the expense. Now, cloud providers take some or all of these costs out of your location and store in their data centers. And because the cost is now an operational expense, companies can save their capital for investments in their main business.


Companies now have the ability to scale up or down their applications without committing capital on hardware or software. This is especially true for businesses that have seasonal demands that only impact the business a few months out of the year. Pay for what you need, when you need it.


One of the biggest concerns that IT departments have when moving critical business applications and sensitive data to the cloud is security. Where will the data be stored? What controls are in place to ensure your sensitive business data does not leave the virtual walls of your business? Do you have government regulations to abide by such as HIPPA, PCI? Who will have physical access to your data and what access security measures are in place?

We do all of this research for you and let you decide what provider best meets your financial and business objectives.
We answer the who, what, where, when, why and how all while working side by side with C level executives and IT departments to find a customized cloud solution that meets your business objectives. Below are some of the services we can help you with.

  • IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service
  • Private – Public – Hybrid Clouds
  • Data Storage & Replication
  • Disaster Recovery & Back up
  • Hosting Services
  • Microsoft 365