From cloud storage and backups, to large-scale cloud based desktop environments, our services will compliment your current environment.
Businesses everywhere are experiencing the freedom and productivity that comes with Cloud services.
With the ability to communicate and do business from anywhere in the world, countless organisations are achieving more than they ever dreamt possible just a few years ago. Moving to the Cloud is easy with Terahost. We’ll help you determine the best options for your business, before managing every stage of the transition to make sure everything’s running like clockwork.
Why move to the Cloud?
• Centralised, easy to use virtual data centre
• Innovate and scale more easily than ever before
• Boost productivity
• Streamline work processes
• Cut expenditure
• At-a-glance analytics
• Easy access to files
• Backups and recovery
• Minimise downtime
You can choose from four different types of Cloud services:
Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). The most basic type of Cloud computing model, this enables you to rent data storage, networks and servers on a pay-as-you-go basis and is great if you want a gradual change.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). With SaaS you can buy and use computer software applications and deploy them across multiple devices. Because we manage the software remotely, you’ll never have to think about upgrades or security patches.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). This option allows you to access applications over the internet without having managing the infrastructure on-site.
Serverless. This exciting development in Cloud services totally eliminates the need for servers and infrastructure management – just create and use the applications you want and we’ll take care of everything else.
There are also different ways the Cloud can be deployed.
Public Cloud Services are supplied to multiple organisations in a shared online space, making them ideal for organisations who don’t deal with high security data.
Private Cloud Services are favoured by companies who prefer not to share virtual spaces and want their own totally separate network, while Hybrid Cloud Services combine elements of both. This enables organisations to keep some applications in a public Cloud and others – such as confidential customer information or sensitive reports – completely private.
We will talk you through all the different options so you can make an informed choice based on your company and budget. Contact us today to book a no-obligation Cloud assessment.