Cloud Services

Cloud Server

The cloud refers to servers located in data centers worldwide that are accessed over the Internet.  With cloud computing, you don’t have to manage physical servers or run software applications on your computers.  Cloud servers easily scale up or down depending on business needs, so you only pay for what you need.

Is it time to replace your in-house server, or are you looking for an affordable option to introduce a server into your network? We can help you move your server to the cloud.  Cloud servers offer more security, redundant back-ups, faster speeds, and customization than an in-house server.

Cloud Security

When choosing a cloud server for your network, you need to trust that your data will remain secure even though it is off-site.  Cloud servers are regularly backed up and have many controls that reduce the threat of crashes and data breaches.  In addition, many cloud services create a live backup that can take over if the main system becomes corrupted.  These steps will ensure that you experience minimal downtime if something happens.

Microsoft 365 Business Editions

Microsoft 365 offers several editions for business. Microsoft 365 Business provides the Microsoft Office products with which you are familiar, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as up to a terabyte (TB) of file storage per registered user, up to 50 gigabytes of email hosting and storage, the ability to host meetings online, and more. We’ll help you find the edition that’s right for your company.

Microsoft 365 Copilot

Do you want to take your business further with the use of AI? With a Microsoft 365 Business Edition, you can add Microsoft 365 Copilot.  This AI addition is a powerful tool to take your communications and productivity to the next level.  With minimal commands, Microsoft Copilot is ready to write emails and responses, create PowerPoint presentations, and summarize your meetings in Teams.  With the speed at which AI tools are catching on, this is an easy addition to keep your organization ahead of the curve.

VoIP Systems

A Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system allows you to make voice calls using a broadband internet connection. In addition to using traditional desk phones, VoIP systems allow you to make and receive calls from anywhere using your cell phone or laptop.  VoIP software enables your team to set up conference calls, read voicemails instead of deciphering them, and scale services with your business needs.  Let us examine your phone system and show you how much your business can save by implementing VoIP.