Vigo have designed and built software and hardware solutions for their clients for over 30 years, largely within the logistics, haulage, warehouse and pallet network markets in the UK.
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With so much of your business’s mission-critical processes and applications hosted in the cloud these days, single sign-on (SSO) can be a valuable feature for your user identity and access management.
Single sign-on (SSO) has gained widespread popularity among cloud users in recent years, due to the fast and convenient access it provides into IT systems in the workplace.
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.
According to Microsoft, almost two thirds of small and medium-sized businesses using cloud services report significant productivity benefits from IT, compared to 30% of those who have not yet migrated to the cloud.
LogicMelon is an an award-winning company who developed a SaaS candidate management and recruitment system used across the world. Their business is based remotely, enabling them to hire the best people for the job no matter their location. This means that their cloud infrastructure is absolutely vital for the day-to-day running of the business, as well as for their software to work accordingly.
InClarity are leaders in fixed line telephony and were the first hosted VoIP providers way back in 2003. Their cloud-based telephony solutions can host over 6 million users, so understandably they have a heavy reliance on the technology and how it works for them.
At igroup, we’re the experts in providing cloud services for businesses looking to get the most out of the technology and use it to move their business forward.
Scirra is the creator of the Construct 3 game development toolkit used by over 180,000 people worldwide to create and sell thousands of games.
When you’ve spent the time and money creating a custom application, it can be a big decision to move it over to the cloud, and one that you need to put a lot of thought into. Whilst the cloud is an amazing platform, it can be extremely difficult to navigate without proper training and many businesses don’t take full advantage of the additional benefits that are available to them.