The proliferation of cloud computing has presented an opportunity for businesses to leverage greater operational flexibility by moving servers, applications and storage to hosted locations.
The benefits are clear. Simplified management and administration, ubiquitous access, as well as reduced costs are leading an increasing number of organisations to embrace this growing trend. However, connectivity remains vital to the success of your overall solution and is therefore an essential consideration before migrating your business to the cloud.
Ignite’s consultants are ready to guide you step-by-step through the options available to you. A secure, high availability service is your ultimate objective, but there are various delivery models, including private, public and hybrid cloud, that need to be fully discussed before you make your final decision.
The Ignite cloud services model provides the ability to quickly deploy or reallocate resources such as processing power, memory, storage and bandwidth, to the applications that require them most at any given point in time.
Traditional disaster recovery solutions are based on complex manual processes, which are slow and prone to error, and they frequently fail to meet recovery objectives. Cloud computing offers an ideal opportunity for businesses to increase system resiliency and structure a robust business continuity plan that will keep staff working in the case of a major business disaster.