Make the move.
Eliminate skill debt, hardware refresh cycles and cost.
Best of both worlds.
Provide users with a seamless experience while balancing business needs of cloud and on-prem infrastructure.
Microsoft Azure AD/AD Sync
Build only what you need.
Right size your presence to reduce operating costs, improve performance and avoid redundancy.
Resource usage analysis
Cloud-based application development
Extend your capabilities.
Expand the scope and functionality of your applications by leveraging cost-effective, cloud-based DevOps patterns.
Microsoft AWS PaaS
Microsoft Azure PaaS
Customize your plan.
Select the right cloud platform for your business and tech stack. Plan costs and migration activities.
Business case review
Specialized compliance expertise.
Navigate the security regulatory landscape with confidence and ensure you stay cloud compliant.
Microsoft Azure for Government
Cloud services FAQs
The cloud refers to a network of remote servers that store and manage data, applications and services over the internet. It allows users to access and use these resources on-demand, offering flexibility, scalability and reduced reliance on local hardware.
Using the cloud offers many benefits, including:
- Scalability: Easily adjust resources based on demand.
- Cost efficiency: Pay for what you use, reducing upfront expenses.
- Accessibility: Access data and applications from anywhere with an internet connection.
- Reliability: Cloud providers offer robust infrastructure and data redundancy.
- Collaboration: Enable seamless collaboration among teams, regardless of location.
- Backup and recovery: Automatic data backups and recovery options enhance data security.
- Innovation: Access to cutting-edge tools and technologies without extensive setup.
“As-a-service” refers to a cloud computing model where a service or resource is provided over the internet on a subscription basis. This eliminates the need for users to manage or own physical infrastructure, offering convenience, scalability and cost savings. Examples include:
- Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS): Virtual machines (compute), storage and networking.
- Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS): Functionality to extend applications in a “serverless” model.
- Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): Functionality for accomplishing line-of-business tasks, e.g. CRM, ERP, document management, etc.
That depends on how closely a cloud’s technology stack, services and tooling align with your organization’s operational structure and existing tech stack. An in-depth evaluation of your tech stack and business requirements will lead to an informed decision on the best cloud for your purposes, as all major cloud providers have similar functionality and cost.