Unlike the traditional on-premise IT systems of the past, the cloud requires a more proactive approach to management and maintenance once the solution has been deployed.
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If you have a Microsoft Azure cloud environment, it’s likely you may be part of a ‘cloud solution provider’ (CSP) agreement with your partner without even realising it.
It may seem odd to have a case study for our own company, but we are by no means special when it comes to our reliance on the cloud and how we use it to improve our business capabilities.
Once you’ve made the decision to migrate to the cloud, the next obvious step is to decide whether you’re going to go direct to the supplier (Amazon or Microsoft) or work with a specialist partner. Although both suppliers have reasonably straightforward setup processes that can be managed in-house quite easily, on a day-to-day basis it’s likely that you’ll need more expert assistance. If you do choose to go with a specialist partner, there are a huge number of companies out there who can help, so how do you choose what’s right for your business?
Achieving well-maintained and well-managed cloud services, while keeping costs down, causes a headache for most businesses. And with the majority of your critical applications and processes running via the cloud these days, it’s easy to see why.
Cloud technology is by no means anything particularly new in the business world, however it’s becoming more and more prevalent for businesses looking for ways to improve and modernise their IT services.
If your organisation has invested in the cloud, you’ll likely have experienced significant benefits from its flexibility and scalability. However, those advantages also often contribute to – or can even directly cause – one of the cloud’s greatest challenges, which is uncontrollable costs.
igroup are celebrating 15 years in business and as we reach this milestone, it is good to reflect on how far we have come.
All igroup employees have been offered private health care through Vitality Health. It combines Private Medical Insurance with an equal focus on better health, by helping the member stay healthy.
igroup are delighted to announce they have been approved as an official supplier of cloud services as part of the G-Cloud 9 Marketplace in the categories of Cloud Hosting, Cloud Software and Cloud Support. This approval means that igroup can continue to manage the supply of public and private cloud services to both local and national agencies.