Why A Cloud-Based Infrastructure?
A cloud-based infrastructure allows you and your employees to share, edit, and publish documents in a unified system, improve communication, e-mail, increase marketing abilities, and enhance your day-to-day business and ministry processes. Getting information to and from the cloud has never been easier or more affordable. Because these services are hosted by our valued partner at Freedmind Managed Solutions, you’ll never have to worry about management, maintenance, or equipment that keeps them running smoothly.
A cloud-based infrastructure scales with your business, can be easily customized for your specific business needs, and is cost-effective. Better yet, using a cloud-based infrastructure means that even if disaster strikes, you can still access critical files from anywhere.
Cloud Desktop allows organizations to move all their applications and desktops to a fully managed cloud. They are able to access their virtual desktop environment through an Internet connection from any device, anywhere in the world.
Virtual Server eliminates the need to spend capital on upgrading physical hardware by moving into an Operating Expense (OpEx) model with virtual, enterprise-level hosted servers. With a fully managed option, a customer never needs to worry about patches, updates, or troubleshooting.
Cloud Office is a secure and robust SMB-focused solution set combining Includes four core products and services: Cloud Server, Cloud Desktop, Cloud Recovery, and Cloud Mail. It’s the perfect solution for SMBs who have little or no IT support since our supplier partner manages everything for Cloud Office.
Cloud Mail is our multi-tenant and dedicated Hosted Exchange offering. Cloud Mail is industry leading in the delivery, design, and support of Microsoft Exchange. Our Service Level Agreement on our Cloud Mail managed solution is 100% uptime and all support is 24x7x365 and U.S. based.
Cloud Backup, also known as Remote data backup, is an excellent tool used by many enterprise and small-medium size businesses to ensure data and other electronic files are backed up on a consistent basis. Many times, due to it being classified as remote it is commonly located in some type of data center or offsite facility. Remote data backup is also known through terms like Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) or managed backup service as well.