The True Power Of The Cloud Is A Business Resource You Can’t Afford Not To Take Advantage Of. Tier 3 I. T. understands how important the cloud is for your success, and offers a variety of cloud-based services and features to help you increase efficiency, enhance collaboration, and fine-tune operations. We offer full migration and management services for cloud servers, cloud backups or and other cloud-based products. We are a Microsoft Cloud Partner that works directly with businesses to provide cloud services, and will be the first point of contact for any questions or service your company may need. We interact directly with the service or software to keep the project on track, be your representative, and ensure that you are only using, and paying for, services your company requires. Are you using the power of the cloud to improve the success of your business? The experts at Tier 3 I. T. Solutions can show you how to reach your true potential with cloud technology and other valuable solutions. Contact us by calling 780-900-5364 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cloud Storage and Backup
The cloud technology is a multi-faceted solution that meets many of your needs, including, security, mobility, improved communications, and flexible, customized services. When it comes to technology, few resources are able to offer the incredible business value that the cloud does, and we are able to help you use it to your full advantage. Is your business enjoying these valuable cloud-based benefits?
- Quick and easy back-up and recovery options
- Flexibility of use for all members in your office
- Automatic software updates which reduce downtime
- Lower operating costs as a result of no maintenance or hardware expenses
- Customizable security settings you can rely on
- The ability to easily access you important information and resources in the event of a breach or failure
- Enhanced collaboration with the ability to share, publish, and access files, contacts, and more from any place, at any time
Edmonton Cloud Services
Everyone is talking about cloud computing these days and for good reason. The cloud is revolutionizing how computing power is generated and consumed. Cloud refers to software and services that run on the internet, instead of locally on your computer. When we say your data is backed up “in the cloud,” it has nothing to do with those white fluffy things in the sky.
Cloud computing, if done properly can make your business much more efficient. However, a cloud solution is only as good as the quality of the research, the implementation, and the follow-through. So, how do you know if moving your business applications and data to the cloud is the right answer for you?
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We work with businesses to discover and unleash the potential of technology by planning and implementing the right solutions.
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Our purpose is to simply help your business run faster, more efficiently and ultimately more profitably.
Many IT companies will wait until something breaks, then fix it. At Tier 3, we’re committed to a proactive, not reactive approach.
So, how do you know if the cloud is right for your business?
This is a tricky question in and of itself. Just like the clouds in the sky, there are many clouds when it comes to technology. In the simplest terms, cloud computing means storing and accessing data and applications over the Internet instead of your computer’s hard drive. It is using a network of computers to store and process information, rather than a single hard drive.
Cloud computing is the way of the future. We know it is easy and inexpensive – but, is it safe and reliable? What good is saving money and switching to a cloud solution if it will bring additional risks to my business? Most cloud service providers offer encryption features such as service-side encryption to manage your own encryption keys and are all in all an extremely safe business solution.
There are three different types of clouds; public, private and hybrid.
Public clouds are owned and operated by a third-party cloud service provider, which deliver their computing resources such as servers and storage directly through the Internet. With a public cloud, the hardware and software is owned and managed by the cloud provider. You access these services and manage your account using a web browser.
Private clouds Unlike the public cloud, the private cloud is used by only one organization. A private cloud is one in which the services and infrastructure are maintained on a private network. Some companies also pay third-party service providers to host their private cloud.
Hybrid clouds Combine public and private clouds, that allows data and applications to be shared between them. Data and applications can move between public and private clouds as needed, offering better flexibility and more deployment options.
Just like there are different types of clouds, when it comes to cloud computing, there are also different types cloud services.
SaaS, or Software as a Service, utilizes the Internet to provide applications to its users, which are managed by a third-party. Unlike HaaS, this is web-based model where software providers host and maintain the servers and databases – eliminates hardware investment costs.
HaaS, or Hardware as a Service, basically refers to leased computing power and equipment from a central provider. The HaaS model is very much like other hardware service-based models – clients rent or lease, rather than purchase, a provider’s hardware.
When it all comes down to it, the cloud ultimately allows you to decide how safe your solution is. As far as reliability goes, in many cases, cloud computing can reduce the amount of downtime right down to seconds. Since there are multiple copies of your data stored all throughout the cloud, there is no single point of failure.
Most data can usually be recovered with a simple click of the mouse. In the end, though, companies shouldn’t make decisions entirely based on what they are comfortable with, or what with what is cheapest. What should be most important is deciding whether or not transitioning into the cloud will work for your business.