Cloud: The Next Industrial Revolution
Cloud Computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer and can be classified as public, private and hybrid.
In collaboration with the leading data centers in Europe, our company through the long experience acquired in network technologies, servers, storage and security systems, we can transfer safely and support your entire in-house infrastructure in the cloud.
Benefits of our cloud solutions:
- Low initial investment
- Pay as you go model
- Access to data from anywhere
- Reduces energy costs
- Minimized total cost of investment (total cost of ownership)
- Access to cutting-edge technologies without additional investments
Advantages of our cloud solutions:
- Increase in productivity
- Reduction of operating costs
- Focus in core business activities
- Increased business efficiency
- Ensuring business continuity
- More flexible adaptation to market conditions
Virtualization is a technology that separates physical infrastructures to create various dedicated resources. It is the fundamental technology that powers cloud computing and helps deliver on this value.
We have experience designing and implementing virtualized environments and our approach is comprehensive and tailored to your individual needs, we can help you to create a more robust technological infrastructure optimized to: improve security, reduce operational cost, optimize resources usage and ensuring business continuity.
Benefits of our Virtualization solutions:
- Reduce hardware costs: Hardware utilization is increased because one physical server can now hold multiple virtual machines and applications no longer need their own server because each virtual machine on the physical server now runs them.
- Reduce power consumption: Air conditioning needs and trim the building space requirements that have always been associated with server room.
- Improve disaster recovery: Backing up critical data is done faster and effectively than a physical server, disaster recovery site no longer needs to keep identical hardware on hand to match the production environment and can reduce cost by buying cheaper hardware in the DR site since it rarely gets used. Consolidating servers down to fewer physical machines in production, a company can more easily create an affordable replication site.