Simplify your business applications without the upfront cost!

  •   Are you seeking scalable, resilient, cost effective solutions to meet your business needs?
  •   Does your staff utilise Office suite, CRM or service delivery applications?
  •   Would your business benefit from highly redundant, recoverable solutions in the event of disaster?

Stop paying the high cost of traditional software – simply pay one low, flat fee per month!

Our Cloud Solutions include:
  •   Email, calendaring, word processing, spreadsheet, service, CRM applications and more
  •   All of the highly-available, secure storage space your organisation will ever need
  •   Email security and archiving
  •   Sales automation software
  •   All upgrades and revisions

Our Cloud Computing Solutions include everything: service, maintenance and support.

Let us help you identify the right applications for your business and provide all of your service, support and maintenance while increasing your productivity and meeting your budgetary requirements.

Never pay to upgrade your software applications again – all revisions and upgrades are included!

Find out how much our Cloud Computing Solutions can save your organisation, and experience the tax benefits of converting your software costs to a flat monthly operating expense. Contact us today!

FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!

What is Cloud Computing?

A simplistic definition is computing on the Internet. It allows users the ability to access everything on the Internet, from software to their stored data, without having to store anything on their actual computer. The user only needs a computer with a web browser in order to access the cloud.

What is a ‘private cloud’?

In the ‘private cloud’ model, businesses effectively set up their own cloud-computing providers, running cloud services inside their network. These providers run applications on behalf of various business units, with the idea being that it’s cheaper and easier to centralise computing than it is to have each department run its own IT as in the past.

What happens if your Internet connection goes down?

Cloud computing systems are internet based, which means your access is fully dependent on your Internet connection. When it’s offline, you are offline. If your internet service suffers from frequent outages or slow speeds cloud computing may not be suitable for your business unless you have a fail over internet connection.

What  is so great about Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing has the potential to allow small businesses or businesses on a budget the ability to have high quality computing at a lower cost. Business owners no longer need to invest in expensive IT equipment.

What is a ‘public cloud’?

A cloud is called a ‘public cloud’ when the services are rendered over a network that is open for public use. Public cloud services may be free. Your employees are almost certainly already running ‘public cloud’ services on their phones and computers, whether they be cloud storage services like Dropbox or photo sharing services like Flickr.

How safe is my data?

Although the security of most cloud service providers is generally good and reliable, storing data and important files on an external service providers always opens up risks. As the servers are interconnected in the cloud, a hacker can breach one system and then make way into other linked systems.