Managed Cloud IT Services Provider using Microsoft Cloud
What is the Microsoft Azure Cloud?
Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform for IT infrastructure, data storage, high performance computing, disaster recovery, and hosting your custom applications. Since its inception it has grown substantially becoming an industry standard for its efficient and secure operation. Azure Cloud allows you to choose either an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) or a PaaS (Platform as a Service) depending on your business needs.
Azure has quickly become the go to for industry leaders looking for a hybrid or fully cloud based solution. Azure is utilized by startup companies as well as Fortune 500 companies. In fact, Azure is used by 95% of Fortune 500 companies. Switching to the cloud saves you on upfront hardware costs because you only pay for the services and resources you need. This allows your business to tailor everything to its specific requirements. Compared to purchasing and maintaining your own IT infrastructure, cloud-based solutions offer an ease of use many businesses crave today.
Without needing to invest in enterprise-level IT, small to medium-sized companies, including those in emerging markets, now gain access to affordable and secure enterprise-level cloud services
Azure global infrastructure
Achieve global reach and the local presence you need
Go beyond the limits of your on-premises data centre using the scalable, trusted and reliable Microsoft Cloud. Transform your business and reduce costs with an energy-efficient infrastructure spanning more than 100 highly secure facilities worldwide, linked by one of the largest networks on earth.
Azure VMs allows scalability on demand, without any need for businesses to add physical resources like hardware and more space. For example, you can virtually customise your machine to add an additional RAM and CPU for better processing time.
Azure allows users to run these VMs in the Azure Infrastructure Services public cloud, but the businesses that are using Hybrid IT model, that is a blend of cloud and on-premise computing, can also connect the virtual machines with their on-premises network. save space and cost on additional hardware and physical machines.
Microsoft Azure protects your assets through a strict methodology to offer maximum security, privacy, compliance in cloud.
Backup On-premises – Back up files, folders and system state
Backup Azure VMs – Back up entire Windows/Linux VMs (using backup extensions) or back up files, folders, and system state
Disaster Recovery Plans
Many Businesses Don’t Have Disaster Recovery Plans
Data from Claims Journal shows that 75 percent of businesses lack a disaster recovery plan, or a set of steps to help them resume critical operations as soon as possible after a disaster. Without a backup recovery plan in place, businesses can stand to lose thousands
Reach more locations, faster, with the performance and reliability of a vast global infrastructure.
Rely on industry-leading data security in the region and across our network.
Help build a clean-energy future and accelerate progress towards your sustainability goals.