Cloud computing is the delivery of computing resources and services, such as servers, storage, databases, software applications, and networking, over the internet. It allows users to access and utilize these resources on demand, without the need for local infrastructure or hardware.
Cloud computing offers businesses of all sizes a wide range of benefits, including increased security, performance, resilience, scalability, and flexibility. With computing resources available on a utility basis, you can ensure your IT is always able to meet your evolving business needs. However, it is important to note that one size does not fit all.
Every business is different. Each with a unique set of operational requirements that shouldn’t be compromised by an off-the-shelf solution. Your business will have a specific set of needs when it comes to server specification, storage, performance, business continuity, access, and more. That’s why we offer a range of flexible cloud solutions that can be tailored to suit your business model, providing the right platform and the right customer experience.
We are experts at designing, implementing and supporting Microsoft Azure as our global public cloud provider.
Utilising state-of-the-art HPE Greenlake services, the Wavenet Cloud is built across multiple UK Datacentres, and served by our high-performance connectivity network for fast and secure access.
Host your own infrastructure in our datacentres, providing increased security, better environmental factors, and greater resilience.
For many organisations, the ideal infrastructure is a hybrid model with elements of both private and public clouds. Properly orchestrated, your cloud infrastructure can leverage best-in-class server, database, software and storage solutions to future-proof your investment in IT.
Cloud Computing enables rapid changes to be made, ensuring you can react to your market quicker and the changing needs of your business.
Operating in secure datacentres across the UK and around the world, our managed service leverages enhanced physical and cybersecurity.
By removing the single point of failure that is often associated with a reliance on on-site hardware, business continuity and resilience are increased.
Ubiquitous connectivity means users are able to access critical business data and applications from anywhere, at any time, and on any authenticated device.
Superfast, high-performance architecture ensures your business operates at peak capacity without the need to upgrade and purchase on site hardware.
By pooling resources, cloud computing can have a positive environmental effect; leveraging greater efficiency, reduced emissions and clean energy consumption.
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