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You can move as much of your IT infrastructure to the cloud as you require with Microsoft Azure. Flexible, scalable and secure, it could be the answer for your business.
IaaS is one of the most popular forms of cloud infrastructure. We take a 3-step approach to ensuring you get the most out of IaaS.
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Moving to the cloud isn’t always the best option. Our consultants will tailor an IT solution that is the best fit for your business.
Microsoft Azure is a public cloud computing platform that’s supported or managed by Microsoft. It offers a range of cloud services, including analytics, storage and security.
Azure is a popular solution for data backup and recovery. It’s also used as an alternative to managing a data centre – instead of having local servers and storage, businesses use it to run some, or all, of their business applications.
IaaS stands for Infrastructure as a Service – your hardware is provided, and managed, by an external provider.
This is short for Platform as a Service. It means your operating system, as well as your hardware, is managed by a third party.
The more often you back up your data, the better. But it also means that you need more storage. One solution is incremental backup, which captures only information that has changed since your last backup. This reduces storage requirements.
For business critical applications, which change more frequently, backup is usually run every few hours.
In short, everything. You should back up your entire IT infrastructure, not just your files and databases.
This means your servers, PCs, application settings, operating system configurations, bookmarks – all of it.