IT infrastructure management services
Companies can choose to deploy applications and store their data on Public, Private, or Hybrid clouds.
Private Clouds are maintained for one client. It may be managed internally or externally by Internal IT or third-party. This gives organizations little edge on security but at the same time because of the small scale, they won’t be able to cost benefits of virtualization.
Public Cloud is an extension of a private cloud with additional cost-benefit due to service-provider orients low-cost cloud storage to the enterprise. Public Cloud-like Microsoft Windows Azure passed the benefit of shared infrastructure and automation in terms of low-cost. Another advantage is that provides on-demand scalability.
Cloud computing will change the way you work.
Cloud servers are off-premise so suppliers take care of them for you and roll out all necessary updates, leaving you free to focus on the things that matter.
All the files are stored centrally, and everyone sees one and the same version. Save productive time and work more efficiently with your team.
Τeams can access, edit and share documents in real-time, anytime, from anywhere and any device; They are not a single restriction by which device they use.
Pay-as-you-go subscription-based service model cuts out the hardware high costs. Easy setup and management reduce IT costs.
Small businesses are twice as likely as larger companies to have implemented cloud-based backup and recovery solutions.
Data is stored in the cloud, you can access it no matter what happens to your hardware. Never lose a single piece of data again.
Cloud computing is ideal for businesses and organizations with growing or fluctuating bandwidth demands.
By protecting your network you actually protect your reputation
Files and information are the lifeblood of an organization. Keeping this information – and your organization’s productivity – intact and secure is non-negotiable.
A comprehensive Breach Readiness and Incident Response solution enables strong prevention, rapid reaction times, effective communications, and reduced impact in case of malware getting inside.
The most important success factors are a sound data protection plan, the right security technologies to prevent incidents, and the right team to act in case an attack evades the front-line defenses and a breach occurs.
Network security combines multiple layers of defenses
Here are some approaches:
Removing viruses, worms, Trojans, ransomware and spyware.
Holes, or vulnerabilities, that attackers can use to infiltrate your network.
DLP technologies can stop uploading, forwarding, or printing critical information.
Web use control, block web threats and deny access to malicious websites.
Network traffic scanning to actively block attacks and protect your system.
Separated your trusted and untrusted networks (internal & external).
Blocks incoming attacks and controls outbound messages to prevent data loss.