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Moving to the cloud has numerous advantages for your organization, as independent cloud experts we will guide you through key decisions such as which Cloud Providers best suit your business and how to move your existing data to the cloud.

All you need for start

Develop a launch plan

We will work with you to develop a fool proof launch plan - whether you have one employee or thousands you need to plan the process of moving your business to the cloud to ensure a smooth and successful transition.

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When it's time to launch

We have done the research for you and partnered with the best Cloud Software companies such as Microsoft and Google to supply you with the latest and greatest cloud software billed monthly or annually, you only pay for what you use.


Gartner defines cloud computing as "a style of computing in which massively scalable IT-related capabilities are provided 'as a service' using Internet technologies to multiple external customers." Beyond the Gartner definition, clouds are marked by self-service interfaces that let customers acquire resources at any time and get rid of them the instant they are no longer needed.

The cloud is not really a technology by itself. Rather, it is an approach to building IT services that harnesses the rapidly increasing horsepower of servers as well as virtualization technologies that combine many servers into large computing pools and divide single servers into multiple virtual machines that can be spun up and powered down at will.

Public cloud services are breaking down into three broad categories: software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, and platform-as-a-service. SaaS is well known and consists of software applications delivered over the Web. Infrastructure-as-a-service refers to remotely accessible server and storage capacity, while platform-as-a-service is a compute-and-software platform that lets developers build and deploy Web applications on a hosted infrastructure.

Adopting cloud computing means your organization is not locked into expensive up front investments in software and servers.

SaaS vendors have long boasted of selling software on a pay-as-you-go, as-needed basis, preventing the kind of lock-in inherent in long-term licensing deals for on-premises software.

For example Microsoft's Office 365 offering which provides email, calendar and file collaboration in the cloud starts from as little as £3.10 per user / month.

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The first step is to move your email, calendar and files to the cloud, we recommend either Office 365 or Google Apps for business. The best way to learn about these solutions is to sign up for a free trial.

You can jump straight in and begin a free trial of each offering using the buttons below.


This depends on the type of email client and server you are currently using in your organization, we can provide tools to seamlessly move your existing emails to your new cloud provider without any down time for your business.

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