Cloud computing powers modern solutions that enable you to efficiently allocate capital across your business operations. Rather than purchase additional equipment or hire extra staff, rely on QCS’s experience with data center specifications and new carrier cloud services to help you make informed decisions about whether cloud is right for you.
Whether you need cloud software, disaster recovery, or infrastructure, QCS has your back.
Software as a Service (SaaS) can help your company to harness the power of advanced software solutions. Say goodbye to the high cost of purchasing, licensing, and hosting each application. Instead, pay as you go with our inclusive packages.
Software as a Service solutions:
Hosted collaboration – through Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SharePoint
Internet security – advanced defense solutions to keep you safe from online threats
Email archiving and compliance – enhance communications and stay secure through filtering, archiving, encryption, and continuity
Storage as a Service – keep data safe with automated PC and server backups
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) replicates your environment to provide a backup in case of a man-made or natural disaster.
DRaaS can be especially useful for small to mid-size businesses that lack the necessary expertise to provision, configure and test an effective disaster recovery plan. Using DRaaS also means your organization doesn’t have to invest in — and maintain — its own off-site DR environment. An additional benefit is that DRaaS contracts can be flexible as your business needs change.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provides access to computing resource in a virtualized environment, including virtual server space, network connections, bandwidth, IP addresses and load balancers.
Resources are pulled from a multitude of servers and networks usually distributed across numerous data centers, all of which the cloud provider is responsible for maintaining. The client, on the other hand, is given access to the virtualized components in order to build their own IT platforms.
IaaS enables businesses to create cost-effective and easily scalable I.T. solutions.
Software Defined Wide Area Network SD-WAN is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN connections, which are used to connect enterprise networks – including branch offices and data centers – over large geographic distances.
The SD-WAN movement seeks to move more of the network control is moved into the “cloud,” using a software approach. The main goal of SD-WAN technology is to deliver a business-class, secure, and simple cloud-enabled WAN connection with as much open and software-based technology as possible.
Count on QCS to help you identify the benefits of cloud services to your business and match you with the provider who will deliver exactly what you need.