CSE provide Cloud Services in Burgess Hill, Sussex and the area, allowing you to build a comprehensive cloud infrastructure for your business — and depend on full cloud support just a phone call away. Unsure how you could benefit from cloud computing? Let us explain the huge benefits!
Where does the term come from? Where is the Cloud? This word is being seen everywhere, so what is it?
The term Cloud comes from the way techies refer to the internet. They just draw a “cloud” to refer to the internet connection outside of the network they look after. The basic way of thinking about Cloud is that it is the means of storing and accessing data and programs over the internet. When you access Cloud services you are actually, in basic terms, accessing computing resources available from a shared pool of virtual, or physical systems to which users are granted access.
The Cloud can allow for efficiency, flexibility, reliability and smart working. Depending on what type of Cloud offering you choose to go for, you may also achieve predictable monthly expenditure and can even reduce your carbon footprint.
How can Cloud Services be incorporated into your business IT infrastructure? CSE can give you the help and advice you need to achieve your goal. There are different services offered through the Cloud, ranging from getting email only, to accessing literally everything you would normally see when sitting at your PC in the office.
If you want to know about how the Cloud can work for you then give CSE a call on 01444 238070 and we will be happy to help and advise you.
Private Cloud computing is a term used to define Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) and/or Software as a Service, hosted from your business premises using existing or new hardware. These services are controlled and managed by IT. A wide range of services are available. These include, but are not limited to, Hosted Email, Cloud Storage, Hosted Applications, Hosted Databases, Offsite Backup, Virtual Servers/Desktops and Remote Desktop Services.
These protected services are available via private networks, typically your Local or Wide area network or, via the internet, secured by Virtual Private Network connections and complementary security measures. Services are made available to authorised users and can be accessed on a wide range of devices such as Pc’s, tablets and smart phones.
Private Cloud sources allow for levels of security to be applied that may not be available from Public Cloud. It allows businesses to make use of spare resources and capacity available on existing hardware by virtualising systems. Virtualising systems, when used effectively, will improve resilience to individual failures and allow for high availability and fast recovery. Although not as cost effective and scalable as Public Cloud, Private cloud can make more efficient use of existing computing resources.
Using CSE’s IT Cloud support consultation services, your needs are discussed and analysed to develop a best practice Private Cloud Solution specifically designed for you.
Public Cloud Computing is a term used to define Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) and/or Software as a Service, hosted off premises by a Cloud provider. These services are controlled by the provider but managed by IT. A wide range of services are available from a variety of providers. These include, but are not limited to, Hosted Email, Cloud Storage, Hosted Applications, Hosted Databases, Offsite Backup, Virtual Servers and Desktops.
These services are available via public networks, typically the internet and can be accessed on a wide range of devices such as Pc’s, tablets and smart phones.
Public Cloud resources are scalable, allowing you to increase and decrease how much, or how little, you need based on demand. Public Cloud offers great economy, predictable expenditure, high availability and the redundancy of high value server equipment.
Using CSE’s consultation services, your needs are discussed and analysed to develop a best practice Public Cloud Solution specifically designed for you.
Depending on which Office 365 Plan you sign up to, you will have access to download and install the latest version of Microsoft Office. This can be installed on up to 5 devices under a single user subscription, meaning each user can have it on their Desktop PC in the office and on their laptop, they also have the ability to install it on their PC or Apple Mac at home when working remotely. This ensures your users are operating from familiar platforms wherever they are.
CSE would like to invite you to trial Office 365 Plan E3 completely free for 30 days where you can explore the full Office 365 suite by clicking here
With Microsoft Exchange online, SharePoint online and Windows Azure, you can be sure that your data is safe and ready to use wherever you are. The products are being constantly monitored and upgraded, so when something new comes along you have it immediately- no need for upgrades! With advances in the systems you can now mobilise your work force with the flexibility to access your business critical systems from all manner of devices, such as Microsoft, Apple or Android.
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Created by Google as their "Infrastructure as a service" (IAAS) offering, Google Apps for work is a web based suite of business class applications. Once you sign up to Google Apps you will have access to professional email that uses your domain name, plus access to 30 GB of Cloud based Google Drive storage. Google Apps also allows access to multiple Cloud based applications including, but not limited to, Calendars, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, Hangouts and Plus.
Using Google Apps can help reduce your infrastructure overheads and can be used for any size of business. All you need is a connection to the internet!
With Google Apps for work, you can create, store and share documents, spread sheets, presentations and forms online. There is no requirement to install additional software, as these tools are available through your web browser on any number of devices such as PC’s, Apple, tablets or smartphones. Calendars can be shared by other users for meetings and planning and Google Hangouts gives you the ability for video conferencing and Instant Messaging (IM).
Call us now to see if Google Apps are right for you.