The cloud takes equipment and services that are usually on-site and moves them into a data center or multipe data centers to be accessed using any internet browser.
Backup as a Service (BaaS) - Protects the data, and typically allows for recovery of a file or server back to the custoemer’s on-premise environment.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) - protects your business, and allows for recovery of the entire IT environment (servers, storage, networking, apps, data) in the cloud.
Desktop as a Service (DaaS) - provides virtual desktops to end users, allowing them to use any device (laptop, tablet, phone, thin client). It differs from VDI in the the provider hosts and manages the desktop virtualization platform.
Hosted Exchange - a managed email environment in the cloud the provides mailboxes to end users. Environments may be shared or dedicated to a single customer.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - provides virtual or physical servers on demand. The servers, storage, and network hardware are located in the provider’s data center and abstracted from the customer.
Pick your reason! The cloud enables your company to save money, scale your business rapidly, quickly peer with AWS, Azure and most hosted environments, quickly recover from a disaster, etc. V3 Technology is here to help you roadmap your move to the cloud and advise how it might benefit your business.