What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing is a term used to describe on demand services that are scalable, self-servicing and reliable. Like electricity, Cloud Computing is there when you need it and you only pay for what you use.
What are the
Cloud Computing has considerable benefits but the 4 key areas most suitable and popular with New Zealand businesses are:
Move your critical data and operations onto Microsoft Azure and safeguard against disaster with a robust recovery plan.
Respond to business wins, growth and contraction. Office 365 and Azure allow you to scale your network up or down according to your business needs.
A cloud-enabled workforce has the luxury of working anywhere. Plus, Microsoft Enterprise Mobility suite allows you to maintain security by managing staff mobiles, tablets, laptops and desktops.
If you're already experiencing Microsoft Cloud Computing you're ahead of the curve. Maximizing collaboration, productivity, security and continuity while running little to no hardware is what managing a modern business is all about.
Frequently asked questions.
Watch a quick video.
A team of Microsoft Cloud Computing experts have created a series of short videos that cover the fundamentals of Cloud products and services. Start here or go directly to the section most relevant to your business.
This site gives you a taste of what a ‘Cloud empowered’ New Zealand business looks like. Discover the relevant points and how Cloud Computing can work for you!
Cloud Security Overview.
Worried about your data going into the cloud? Watch our Cloud Security video where we interview Microsoft's Trusted Advisor to answer some of the key questions our customers have when considering the cloud.
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