Cloud Managed Services
Cloud based data services are becoming more and more popular for businesses in the modern world.
The chances are that your business is already using the cloud in some form or another, but it is important to make sure that you are using the most secure packages available and this is where Microsoft Cloud Services come into play.
This is the quintessential services package for businesses and comes in two tiers Business and Enterprise. The online version includes Office 365, the Windows 10 Operating System and the Enterprise Mobility and Security platform. Windows 7 and 8.1 Pro get a free upgrade to Windows 10 when the purchase Microsoft 365.
The platform also includes Outlook and Exchange as well as 1 Terrabyte of storage on One Drive.
Microsoft 365 is a reliable system with a 99.9 percent uptime guarantee and 24 hours a day and seven days weekly online and phone support. It also features the latest Windows Cyber Security software.
Microsoft Office 365
The days of sitting at a workstation or waiting to return to the office before sitting down to type out a document are well and truly over. Businesses and their employees need to be able to access word processing and email software while on the go and while things are fresh in their mind from meetings or presentation.
Microsoft Office 365 provides that functionality, letting you edit or write documents in the cloud while on the move. It also allows for collaboration with people working on the same document at the same time.
Microsoft 365 online offers distinct advantages over the old box sets, namely in terms of online versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint. When you renew your subscription, you automatically given the latest version of Office 365.
Microsoft Azure services allow businesses the flexibility of creating big-data databases in the cloud. The design is simple and the retrieval process can be filtered according to current needs, drawing on all the data to produce a stream of data relevant to queries.
It is vast, simple and also secure.
Azure also features virtual machines that can run partial code without compromising the rest of the network, allowing programmers the flexibility to test without risk.
Microsoft Azure SQL allows developers to produce apps online without having to code to from scratch.