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We're the best Microsoft Partner to work with for small, medium and large businesses.

We’re taking things a step further than your internal IT team by offering all-encompassing managed IT services that improve business efficiency. Here are the different ways we can support you with the best IT Solutions in Canada and the United States.

Services

Cybersecurity

We leverage the Microsoft security stack to protect your employees’ identity, email, devices, and documents from being breached and having to deal with the stress, loss of money, and reputation

Cloud Hosting

Utilizing Microsoft cloud services provide a perfect platform for hosting all cloud service needs. With multiple data centers all over the world, your data is accessible and secure.

Managed IT

Don’t have someone to do your IT? We can do it for you or augment the team you already do have. We’re going to train your users how to use Microsoft 365, simplify all your tech, and handle your tickets

Migrations

We can migrate just about anything to Microsoft 365 and Azure. We’ll migrate your emails, files, phone system, web servers, application servers, databases, and anything else you can think of

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Why The Cloud?

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Data Security

One of the major concerns of every business, regardless of size and industry, is the security of its data. Data breaches and other cybercrimes can devastate a company’s revenue, customer loyalty and brand positioning. Cloud offers many advanced security features that guarantee that data is securely stored and handled. Features like granular permissions and access management via federated roles can restrict access to sensitive data only to the employees that need access to it, and by that reducing the attack surface for malicious actors. Cloud storage providers implement baseline protections for their platforms and the data they process, such as authentication, access control, and encryption. From there, most enterprises supplement these protections with added security measures of their own to bolster cloud data protection and tighten access to sensitive information in the cloud.

Quick Deployment

The ability to spin up new cloud computing instances in a matter of seconds reshaped the agility and speed of software development. Developers can easily test new ideas and design application architecture without the dependency on on-site hardware limitations or slow procurement processes.

Efficiency and Cost Reduction

By using cloud infrastructure, you don’t have to spend huge amounts of money on purchasing and maintaining equipment. This drastically reduces CAPEX costs and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). You don’t have to invest in hardware, facilities, utilities, or building out a large data center to grow your business. You do not even need large IT teams to handle your cloud data center operations, as you can enjoy the expertise of your cloud provider’s staff. Cloud also reduces costs related to downtime. Since downtime is rare in cloud systems, this means you don’t have to spend time and money on fixing potential issues related to downtime.

Scalability

Companies have different IT needs — a large enterprise of 1000+ employees won’t have the same IT requirements as a start-up. Using the cloud is a great solution because it enables enterprises to efficiently — and quickly — scale up/down their IT departments, according to business demands. Cloud-based solutions are ideal for businesses with growing or fluctuating bandwidth demands. If your business demands increase, you can easily increase your cloud capacity without having to invest in physical infrastructure. This level of agility can give businesses using cloud computing a real advantage over competitors. This scalability minimizes the risks associated with in-house operational issues and maintenance. You have high-performance resources at your disposal with professional solutions and zero up-front investment. Scalability is probably the greatest advantage of the cloud.

Disaster Recovery

Having previous versions of software stored in the cloud, and having production instances running on multiple cloud availability zones or regions allow for faster recovery from disasters: if your application is deployed on multiple locations and for some reason one region goes down – the traffic can automatically failover to the working regions without any interruptions to the end-users. In other cases where there is a major bug in the software release, a quick rollback can be initiated to restore a previously released, more stable version to minimize damage.

Back-up and Restore Data

The fact that data can be stored in the cloud without capacity constrains also helps with backup and restore purposes. As end-users data changes over time and needs to be tracked for regulations or compliance reasons, older software versions can be stored for later stages, in cases they would be needed for recovery or rollback.

Mobility

Cloud computing allows mobile access to corporate data via smartphones and devices, which is a great way to ensure that no one is ever left out of the loop. Staff with busy schedules, or who live a long way away from the corporate office, can use this feature to keep instantly up-to-date with clients and coworkers. Resources in the cloud can be easily stored, retrieved, recovered, or processed with just a couple of clicks. Users can get access to their works on-the-go, 24/7, via any devices of their choice, in any corner of the world as long as you stay connected to the internet. On top of that, all the upgrades and updates are done automatically, off-sight by the service providers. This saves time and team effort in maintaining the systems, tremendously reducing the IT team workloads.

Data Loss Prevention

Data loss is a major concern for all organizations, along with data security. Storing your data in the cloud guarantees that data is always available, even if your equipment like laptops or PCs, is damaged. Cloud-based services provide quick data recovery for all kinds of emergency scenarios – from natural disasters to power outages. Cloud infrastructure can also help you with loss prevention. If you rely on a traditional on-premises approach, all your data will be stored locally, on office computers. Despite your best efforts, computers can malfunction for various reasons — from malware and viruses to age-related hardware deterioration, to simple user error. But, if you upload your data to the cloud, it remains accessible for any computer with an internet connection, even if something happens to your work computer.

Conclusion

Cloud computing adoption is on the rise every year, and it doesn’t take long to see why. Enterprises recognize cloud computing benefits and see how they impact their production, collaboration, security and revenue.

By using a cloud-based solution, an enterprise can prevent a lot of problems that plague organizations that rely on on-premises infrastructure.

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