How we handle the main concerns of moving to the cloud

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Understandably, there are some hesitations when it comes to moving over to the cloud. However, at the risk of sounding too brash, it’s time to step up. Technology advances aren’t waiting for you to feel more comfortable and if you wait too long you’ll be left behind. If you are concerned about making the move, we can loosen some of the knots in your stomach about the transition.


We boast a completely operational expense system. This makes our services completely scalable to your needs and growth of the business. It’s also important to note that this means you are in control of what type of set up you have. You can host as many or as little applications as you like, and they can be tailored to each employee’s desktop.


If I could describe our security systems in layman’s terms, I’d say it’s like holding your trousers in place with a belt and suspenders: you don’t need both, but you feel more secure knowing there’s a fat chance of anyone seeing your business. We operate bank-grade security and were the first UK managed services provider to obtain the ISO 27001 certification. In terms of compliance, we listen to your requirements and store your business-critical data accordingly.


This one is an easy one. We were born in the cloud. It’s all we’ve ever done. Hosted desktops, hosted applications including CAD, file sharing, and CRM. We’ve always been a front-runner of cloud computing operations and we’re not showing signs of slowing down. If it’s a fear of expertise, you can put that concern to bed now.

If you’re thinking about moving to the cloud, or you have any more concerns about it, get in touch today and we can help put your mind at ease.

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