As clients are digitising their businesses, we offer Digital Transformation services within the SME (Small Medium Enterprises) sector. Moving to the cloud gives access to enterprise-class technology, for everyone.

It also allows smaller businesses to act faster than big, established competitors. Many SME’s are facing the same problem as IT infrastructure has become too expensive. Factors like escalating cost of electricity, weakening of the Rand, and the availability and costs of IT resources have made it extremely difficult for companies, and put a question mark next to traditions and their ROI. If you are unsure about moving from the traditional way of computing, here are the top reasons why you should move your business to cloud computing:

Cloud cost management (also known as cloud cost optimization) is the organizational planning that allows an enterprise to understand and manage the costs and needs associated with its cloud technology. In particular, this means finding cost-effective ways to maximize cloud usage and efficiency.

As cloud infrastructure becomes more complex, cloud costs become more opaque and difficult to track. The “pay for what you use” model used by most public cloud providers adds to the difficulty: If usage is monitored and managed appropriately, this model can result in a significant savings, but it’s also easy for costs to spiral out of control. This is doubly true if decision making is decentralized across an organization, with individuals able to spin up instances (and accrue costs) with little or no accountability. Thus, it’s important for enterprises to employ a cloud cost management strategy to make the most of their infrastructure and keep costs down.

There are many factors that contribute to cloud costs, and not all of them are obvious upfront. Costs can include:

Virtual machine instances

Memory

Storage

Network traffic

Training and support

Web services

Software licenses

Some of the Small Business Virtual Machine’s features include:

An affordable, predictable monthly cots

We offer optional service level agreements (SLAs) guaranteeing up to 100% uptime.

Reduced CapEx and on-site support

Optional Managed Service and Backup

Our Small Business Virtual Machines allows SMEs to outsource their IT infrastructure to the fully-managed Cloud, thus benefiting from reduced costs and access to highly skilled resources. As a leading Internet Service Provider, we can offer the best possible connectivity to your hosted environment, direct to the Internet, MPLS or private connections.

Our services include:

Scalable elastic resources – you only pay for what you use in rands.

Flexible storage tiers that cater for everything from high-performance database transactions to long-term backup and archiving.

Access to a complete web-based console to manage virtual machines, networking and edge gateways.

A range of connectivity solutions including direct point to point, VPN, MPLS or dedicated Internet breakout, all connected though a secure edge gateway.

Our Managed Services team provides Cloud Management skills where needed.

A guarantee that you will not exceed your starting Cloud budget.

We offer a complete Data Centre for businesses without worrying about the little things. Power, connectivity and floor space? You’re sorted with us, as our VDC is located at two ISO27001/ISO9000 certified centres to provide outstanding reliability and availability. We are so confident in our offering that we run our own, multi-billion Rand connectivity and voice business on it too.

Our services include:

Whether you support legacy solutions or you’re maintaining hardware for a cloud product, backup can quickly get too complicated.

You can back up and recover:

Physical and virtual servers

Workstations

Business documents

Microsoft 365 Exchange, OneDrive,
and SharePoint

You can back up and recover:

Microsoft Office 365 is a suite of cloud-based productivity and collaboration applications that integrates all Microsoft’s existing online applications into a cloud service. Azure is a public cloud computing platform—with solutions including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) that can be used for services such as analytics, virtual computing, storage, networking, and much more. It can be used to replace or supplement your on-premise servers.

Our services include:

Whether you support legacy solutions or you’re maintaining hardware for a cloud product, backup can quickly get too complicated.

Some of the benefits of Cloud PABX:

Physical and virtual servers

Time Savings

Flexibility

Scalability

Advanced Features

High Quality Voice Calls

Increased Redundancy and Disaster Recovery

Real-time monitoring and Report Analysis

Voice over IP (VoIP) has over the past few years become the choice for most businesses, due to increased voice stability as well as the cost effectiveness of voice calls. Businesses have the flexibility between traditionals calls at very competitive rates, or uncapped calling options at fix monthly prices.

Quality voice calls are of utmost importance and are directly linked to your internet connectivity. With our voice offerings you can use your existing internet connectivity (which will need to be confirmed), or make use of any of our last mile connectivity methods. For uncapped calls, only approved last mile connectivity can be used to ensure that service level agreements (SLA) are met.

Uncapped voice calls (local, national, and mobile) are fast becoming popular as clients pay a fixed monthly price, is scalable, provides great voice quality, and is compatible with modern technology. Enjoy unlimited number of calls to all South Africa destinations.

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