Cloud Services Introduction

Introduction

Just a few short years ago, many organizations were hesitant to adopt public cloud services. Security dominated their concerns, but performance, management and integration issues were all barriers.

Now, however, the use of public cloud is nearly ubiquitous. Security challenges have abated, performance is outstanding, and the cost benefits are too substantial to ignore.

Services Support Sales

At the same time, organizations are not only continuing to leverage Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for an increasing range of business applications, but many also are moving beyond this model to use Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), eliminating on-premises infrastructure in favour of virtual hardware running in the cloud.

Both SaaS and IaaS have the potential to:-

  • Save businesses significant amounts of money, especially in terms of capital expenditures, licensing, support and even energy consumption
  • Facilitate strategic shifts in IT away from hardware support and toward enablement and development
  • Contribute to cultures of development and innovative services for their customers
  • Increased agility, i.e., the ability to rapidly respond to changing IT and business requirements

 

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaas)

Can you failover your entire business environment – not just your data – to a 2nd site in under 15 minutes – guaranteed? If not, it’s about time you learned the secrets of how disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) can protect you from unplanned downtime.

Cloud9 helps you to quickly and affordably protect your entire business.

Where Does Cloud9 Fit In ?

Service Broker and Integrator

Small and mid-size organizations, often lack the expertise or resources to effectively set up and manage cloud-based environments, no matter how self-service they are purported to be.

Remote Monitoring and Management

As more businesses turn to the cloud for business-critical applications, proactive monitoring and support for those applications become equally critical. We have the staff and expertise to roll out remote monitoring and management (RMM) tools that ensure businesses can address problems with their SaaS applications and IaaS platforms the moment they occur.

The Help Desk You Need

Help desk services remain a major pain point for many organizations. When support is provided internally, it is rarely 24/7 and can be quite expensive.  If Cloud9 is already providing remote monitoring and management with a strong set of visibility, alerting and remediation features, then help desk services are a natural extension.

Please find a short overview of our Microsoft Cloud Azure Solution Here