The cloud is changing how IT services are delivered and used. This represents a HUGE opportunity for your business.
Just because it’s new and there is a lot of hype around it, doesn’t mean that adopting the latest
cloud services is right for your business. There are a lot of factors that need to be taken into
consideration. What are the benefits of moving a service to the cloud? What are the risks? Will it
be compatible with other interdependent systems? Do you have enough bandwidth to support the
service? Will your users readily adapt to the change? Who is going to train them? Who is going
to support your environment once it is in the cloud?
While moving to cloud services presents numerous opportunities, it also poses potential
challenges. You need to have reliable Internet connectivity with sufficient speed and redundancy
to prevent downtime. You need sufficient support for the cloud service to run optimally. Despite
the fact that you can move your Exchange or SQL Server to the cloud, it still requires regular
administration. Some applications may not be ideally suited for the cloud. You need to have a
RWHTech helps companies realize the true benefits in the cloud. We help with your Office 365
and Azure migrations, and we also provide fully managed virtualized server hosting in our data
centers. We use top-of-the-line hardware and software from Dell, HP, Cisco, VMware,
Microsoft, and Veeam to deliver a virtualized server environment that’s secure and hosted in
Smart companies are looking at the cloud as a way to save money, mitigate risk, and gain a
competitive advantage. Whether it’s using hosted applications like SalesForce, hosting email
with Office 365, or even setting up hosted servers in a public or hybrid cloud, companies are
realizing the benefits of rapid deployment, improved flexibility, and cost savings.
ALL THE CLOUD TECHNOLOGY YOU WOULD EVER NEED
Leverage our massive partner list to get any technology your organization needs to be successful.
Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration
Canadian based Online Backup
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Hardware as a Service (HaaS)