High-functioning IT infrastructures are built on a customized plan of cloud and on-premise applications – a formula that’s unique to every business. We will ensure your IT plan is using the cloud efficiently while minimizing threats as your business grows.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Managed Cloud?
Managed cloud services enable businesses to leverage the scalability, performance, and security that cloud computing offers without hiring a cloud architect or engineer in-house. Just like your on-premise servers, someone has to manage the infrastructure, technical support, and complex tasks like cloud cost optimization. With managed cloud services from IT Services you get full access to a team of cloud specialists, to simplify your cloud journey, saving you from the frustration and complexity of doing it yourself.
What is a public cloud?
Public clouds are by far the most common way businesses utilize cloud computing. A public cloud’s infrastructure is owned and maintained by a third-party Cloud Service Provider (CSP) and delivered over the internet. 91% of companies already use at least one public cloud service. Common examples include Microsoft Azure, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Google AppEngine, Microsoft 365 with OneDrive, Google Drive, Box.com, and Apple iCloud. As the most popular model of cloud computing services, we offer a vast array of solutions, resources, and services to address the growing needs of organizations, no matter your size, industry, or geography.
What is a hybrid cloud?
Considered to be “the best of both worlds”, hybrid clouds combine the benefits of on-premise infrastructure (e.g. a private cloud or application server) and public cloud services. In a hybrid cloud environment, data and applications can move between local on-premise servers and public clouds for greater flexibility, performance, and deployment options. IT Services specializes in the hybrid and multi-cloud architecture and server infrastructure strategies that play a critical role in the digital transformation our clients’ experience.
What is a private cloud?
A private cloud consists of computing resources exclusively used by one business or organization. A private cloud can be deployed from an organization’s on-site data center (or server) or hosted by a third-party service provider. Unlike public clouds, private clouds are designed, configured, and maintained according to the specific business needs of one company. Private clouds can offer greater security, governance, management, privacy, and compliance controls than a public cloud environment, albeit more costly than a public cloud solution.