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Cloud Services

We pride ourselves on providing a stand-out service.

Cloud Computing is a way of delivering IT services to users without the need to buy, install or manage any infrastructure. Access your desktops, applications and services over the internet from wherever you are. Get flexible, pay-as-you-use IT that suits your business.

The popularity of Cloud Computing has soared over the past few years and it has fast become an integral part of business IT systems across all sectors, from SOHO to enterprises. The SOHO market is benefitting from utilising enterprise class systems and reliability without the large capital expenditure required to buy and maintain them in-house. The SME sector is utilising Cloud Computing to extend their infrastructure easily, quickly and cost-effectively. With BYOD (bring-your-own-device), it’s enabling staff to be more productive by allowing them to work anywhere and from any device – safely and efficiently. And finally, enterprise businesses are seeing a drastic cost-saving in IT maintenance and overhead by either implementing their own private Cloud, or using the public Cloud. Both options are enabling a minimal overhead IT system with greatly reduced downtime and company wide outages.

We have several Cloud services available to suit all businesses and varying usages.

Please select from the below to find out more or contact us.

Private cloud

Liit have a state-of-the-art, fully redundant Cloud-based IT system. We are experts in the leading technology used with Cloud Computing.

A private cloud, also called an ‘internal cloud’ or ‘corporate cloud’, resides within the company environment (firewall) and its access is restricted, usually to company employees or business partners.

The Gartner Institute has defined five key attributes for private Clouds:

Benefits of private cloud

The reasons for using a private cloud are cost reduction, enhancing service quality, and, more importantly, reducing the time it takes to deliver what users demand.

Cost savings are driven by standardisation or automation of services or IT computer resources. Standardisation and automation reduce operational costs and free up IT personnel to focus more on servicing customers than on activities with little or no added value, such as allocating disk space or configuring software.

It is absolutely crucial for the quality of cloud services delivered by IT to be superior to the current model.