Full-featured, enterprise-grade IT infrastructure that grows with your business.
Unlike a traditional IT infrastructure (in which computer hardware is physically located within the office), the hardware in a Cloud infrastructure is located off-site (in a datacentre). Using only a PC and an internet connection, clients gain access to a full-featured enterprise-grade IT infrastructure (telephony, email, files and backup, mobile messaging, and remote access), while paying only for the resources consumed.
Fully Managed IT
TechnoDeed Managed Hosting Platform is racked with high-end computer equipment (within our datacentre) for clients to run their businesses on. Engineering staff handles all the operational aspects: monitoring the systems, software patches/ upgrades, and technical support. Everything is enterprise-grade, designed for maximum reliability and security (far more secure and of much higher performance than that of a typical small/mid-size business network).
Since Cloud is fully managed off-site (24 hours a day, 365 days a year), it can be far more cost-effective than deploying and supporting an IT infrastructure in-house. The infrastructure is "rented," so there are no up-front hardware costs. There's also no burden of high cooling/electricity costs, of dedicating valuable real estate space to hardware storage, and no need to hire/retain IT personnel to support hardware on-site.
Consumption is billed on a utility basis (by resources consumed, like electricity) with little or no upfront cost, making Cloud particularly attractive to start-ups for whom deploying a new infrastructure in-house may be expensive.
Elasticity: IT "On Tap"
Value is also found in Cloud's elasticity you can have as much or as little of a service as needed making it easily and infinitely scalable for business growth. Notify us of your scalability needs and the adjustments can be made seamlessly and quickly on the back-end a particularly powerful tool in times of downsizing.
Not only does Cloud provide remote VPN access for users in the field, but it also doubles as a Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity program. Since data is stored off-site, even if a casualty were to take place at your primary place of business, your data would be unaffected and employees could continue working using any internet-connected PC in the world.