Public and private cloud

The move toward public and private cloud computing represents a fundamental shift in the way organisations use IT.

The ‘cloud’ has changed the way organisations purchase and leverage technology. Significant cost savings can be achieved by readily employing new and improved technology, scaling up or down as required and potentially improving business efficiency.

If you’re not already moving to the cloud, you’re probably considering it, and wondering how your business will benefit. Or, simply how to go about it, and what the costs and benefits may be.

But… what’s right for your business?

We know that moving to the cloud can be confusing. It can mean many different things to different people and organisations.

VISITS can help clear the fog


Essentially, 'cloud' is the delivery of on-demand computing resources - everything from applications to infrastructure, over the internet and on a pay-for-use basis.

Cloud SaaS Paas IaaSThere are three main types of cloud computing: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). Businesses have been using PaaS for many years with externally hosted websites.

Various cloud options we can help your business implement include private cloud, managed and public cloud offerings and hybrid solutions.

Understanding your environment and what best suits your operations is essential to successfully deploying cloud based infrastructure or services. As with all major transformations of your IT, it is imperative the technology solution you choose is aligned to your business needs and goals.

Our team works closely with you to ensure you understand the best options for your business, the key factors to consider along the way and you have confidence in moving all or parts of your IT to the cloud.

Want to know more about the cloud?
Or how your business can move to the cloud?


Call us today on 1300 300 979
and we can help clear the fog.

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