Cloud Services

Cloud Services provide all or parts of an organization’s IT infrastructure in a fully managed and hosted environment accessed remotely via a secure internet connection. Rather than purchasing and maintaining the systems and software necessary to run a business on-site, this technology is made available in a “Cloud” of online resources. This allows companies to remotely store and access their data and supporting systems safely and securely – saving time, space and expense.

Whether Private Cloud, or Public Cloud services are right for your business there are no cookie cutter solutions.  There are undeniable benefits to Cloud computing but that doesn’t mean that making the decision to migrate is an easy one. You may have concerns about the security of your critical business data or perhaps you’re worried about system availability. With Wahaya you never have to worry about the hard sell: our unbiased experts are here to tell you whether migrating is the right solution for you.

Although cloud services originated as storage solutions, they now offer businesses a host of options, such as cloud-based email, servers, applications and desktops. TeamLogic IT installs business-grade email that provides encryption, virus protection, data security, effortless synchronization with all devices, and is hosted with companies who have feature-rich platforms with redundancy centers. Businesses are also turning to cloud-based office suite applications.

Offerings

Data Backup/Business Continuity

Offsite backup solutions can be complex systems but we can assist your company with both infrastructure and endpoint backup solutions.

Hosted VoIP

Otherwise known as an Internet phone system is one where the provider is responsible for housing the IP-PBX as well as handling the technology required to provide the services to the phone system.

Desktop-as-a-Service

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is a cloud service in which the back-end of a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is hosted by a cloud service provider.

Applications

Many organizations use specialty software that may be custom tailored for their industry. Application hosting in a cloud can offer greater flexibility for remote access and reliability.

Database Servers

With the need for 24/7 access to critical financial and customer data, an outsourced cloud solution can provide secure and reliable access for even the most demanding databases.

File Sharing and Storage

The ability to securely share files such as documents, photos and videos across multiple devices and with multiple people is becoming more common, and critical to businesses.

Email and Messaging

While email and messaging has been a cloud service for many people since it’s evolution, previously the complex communication needs of today’s economy have moved email and messaging systems into the mission critical category for most businesses.

A public cloud is one based on the standard cloud computing model, in which a service provider makes resources, such as applications and storage, available to the general public over the Internet. Public cloud services may be free or offered on a pay-per-usage model. Microsoft and Google provide some of the most popular Public Cloud Services Private cloud is a type of cloud computing that delivers similar advantages to public cloud, including scalability and self-service, but through a proprietary architecture. Unlike public clouds, which deliver services to multiple organizations, a private cloud is dedicated to a single organization, and can be considered for some solutions.