How We Redefine Your Experience
Implement Enterprise-Grade TechnologyIntel-powered servers, solid-state-drives (SSD) drives, Fortinet Unified Threat Management (UTM)/Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW), and Arista Networks switches all combine to form the best multi-redundant platform.
Practice What We Preach2N+1 redundancy, never loaded past 50% capacity to insure failover capabilities and performance. Best-of-breed technology, software and methodologies are used in every part of the system.
Excel In Client RelationshipsWe partner with our clients to custom-tailor each solution to fit them. We always go the extra mile for complete satisfaction without compromises on quality.
The Benefits of Utilizing the Cloud with Purely Cloud
In 2014, a study was conducted to understand the cost difference between IT industries that use traditional infrastructure on-premises and those who have switched to cloud-based systems. This study involved seven organizations, employing between 135 to 860 personnel, with more than $50 million in annual revenue that moved most of their systems to the cloud. The most significant part of their findings is that on average, cloud users spent 16% less on IT as a percentage of revenue, and when considering cost on IT per user, there was a 18.5% decrease.
Save Energy, Money, and Time
Lower power costs
Cloud computing uses less electricity. That’s an inevitable result of the economies of scale I just discussed: Better hardware utilization means more efficient power use. When you run your own data center, your servers won’t be fully-utilized (unless yours is a very unusual organization). Idle servers waste energy. So a cloud service provider can charge you less for energy used than you’re spending in your own data center.
Zero capital costs
When you run your own servers, you’re looking at up-front capital costs. But in the world of cloud-computing, financing that capital investment is someone else’s problem.
Sure, if you run the servers yourself, the accounting wizards do their amortization magic which makes it appear that the cost gets spread over a server’s life. But that money still has to come from somewhere, so it’s capital that otherwise can’t be invested in the business—be it actual money or a line of credit.
Resilience without redundancy
When you run your own servers, you need to buy more hardware than you need in case of failure. In extreme cases, you need to duplicate everything. Having spare hardware lying idle, “just in case,” is an expensive way to maximize uptime.
Instead, why not let a cloud computing service deal with the redundancy requirement? Typical clouds have several locations for their data centers, and they mirror your data and applications across at least two of them. That’s a less expensive way of doing it, and another way to enjoy the cloud’s economies of scale.
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