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In recent years, the subject of the Cloud and cloud computing providers has become an increasingly important topic of conversation among business owners. Being a new technology source, many small to medium-sized organizations are unaware of its features and how it can improve business productivity.

The purpose of the Cloud is having the ability to share resources among any device from anywhere while reducing support costs.  The Cloud is Internet-based computing where applications are delivered to your company's devices through the Internet. The Cloud is more reliable than traditional infrastructure and it reduces your IT management costs over time.  

We have a variety of Cloud options to support your business:

Microsoft Office 365

This Microsoft product has everything a business needs to operate at its core.  Not only does it contain the Microsoft Office Suite with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook, it also has Microsoft Lync with Instant Messaging (IM) and Presence for online web meeting capabilities.

promo-encryptionThe main advantage of Office 365 is accessibility to email and documents from any device using Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint.  Users have the capability to work on projects simultaneously, and have the benefit of collaborating in real time.  Emailing files back and forth is a thing of the past.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is the basis for this technology because it gives businesses insight to customer behavior based upon trends.  Being that customers define the success of any company, this dynamic Microsoft product provides an avenue for businesses to automate processes and track performance.

Learn More: CRM Quickstart  

Microsoft Windows Azure

The beauty of this product is it allows you to build and connect your own applications, using any operating system, and store them in the Cloud with no concern for the infrastructure. It’s the perfect platform for companies that want elasticity as their business changes, while reducing their support costs.

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Microsoft SharePoint Online

The most efficient way to streamline workflow among staff members is through Microsoft SharePoint.  As certified Microsoft professionals, we can explain and show you ways SharePoint can improve collaboration of information, whether employees work in the office or out in the field.  SharePoint provides the familiar Office Suite, and it allows team members to coauthor and immediately share documents, presentations and worksheets, resulting in reduced editing cycles and the transfer of data among people.

Learn More: Quickstart for SharePoint  

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Microsoft Exchange Online

This is an excellent tool for businesses that want an enterprise email solution for sharing calendars, disseminating to distribution lists, managing tasks, archiving email and maintaining compliance. It’s compatible with all your smart devices, and your email, calendar and contacts can go with you 100 percent of the time.

Learn More: Quickstart for Exchange Online  

Unified Messaging

Having the capability to access fax, voice, text, IM and Presence in a single mailbox is what unified messaging is about.  All of these modes of communication feed into one location, so you can receive and process all of your messages through a single application.


Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the right choice for companies moving large IT resources to the Cloud.  Rather than buying more equipment and building your own data center, we provide the data center, including routers, switches and servers to handle the requirements.   IaaS is consumed as a utility; therefore you only pay for what you use.  It also allows you the flexibility to scale up or down quickly to support your business initiatives.


Hardware as a Service (HaaS) is a subscription for hardware that you can put in your data center or in a third party’s data center.  There is no capital expense upfront, and the hardware is refreshed on a regular basis.  Another benefit of HaaS is the hardware is under warranty.


Platform as a Service (PaaS) has vast capabilities and lends for the development of new applications or services in the Cloud that don't depend on a specific platform to run. Not only does it allow you to develop and deploy applications to the Cloud rapidly, it does so with development tools, workload platforms, middleware and databases.


Software as a Service (SaaS) is software that is delivered via the Internet for your business's use.  SaaS provides a multi-tenant environment wherein you share a server’s resources with others while your data is stored separately.  Its daily operations are managed for you including backups, updates and patches.  It’s great for high availability and for supporting a mobile workforce.  There are also cost savings associated with SaaS because you only pay for the resources you utilize.
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