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Cloud Solutions

Moving to the cloud may be the latest trend, but cloud computing isn't for everyone. How do you know the cloud is right for you and your business?  Platinum IT will assess your cloud-readiness and determine which of the many available cloud solutions can support your business effectively
 

Are You Ready for the Cloud?

The value of cloud computing varies from company to company and success in the cloud depends on many factors. Platinum IT can ensure that a move to the cloud is the right move for you and is successful once you get there. Our technical consultants evaluate your current environment and assess technical and business factors, including

  • Business model
  • End-user requirements
  • Business continuity
  • Physical location of your workforce
  • Maintenance
  • Compliance and risk management


What Does Your Cloud Look Like?

Once we determine whether the cloud can support your business model and other requirements, Platinum IT helps you navigate the "cloud" landscape to determine what type of cloud public, private, or hybrid is the best choice based on your needs. Our consultants can help you develop a strategy for implementing your own applications in the cloud or for employing any of the Platinum IT series of cloud-based solutions, including:

  • Email Threat Management
  • Cloud-based managed services
  • Cloud-based Microsoft SharePoint
  • Cloud-based Microsoft Exchange
  • Cloud-based phone solution
  • Colocation and data center services

Cloud computing is a new way to do business, and Platinum IT has the experience and knowledge to help you determine if and when a move to the cloud is right for you.

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