It’s 2019. One of the biggest events this year in the computing world has been the migration from a server to Microsoft Azure. PC Paramedics want to help you get the most out of your IT. Keep reading to find out the benefits this migration can have on your business.
What is Microsoft Azure and how can it benefit your business?
Simply put, Microsoft Azure is a cloud-based platform that enables you to no longer need to invest in physical hardware! It allows you to have access to your server and software data via an internet connection to Microsoft’s Data Centre. PC Paramedics can help you deploy Microsoft Azure into your business, whether it’s by migrating to Office 365, your server infrastructure or through disaster recovery solution.
Benefits of migrating to Microsoft Azure include:
An on premises server is only secure as your office. If all that stands between a thief and your server is a lock and key, it is vulnerable in the unlikely event of a burglary. Azure servers however are in extremely secure locations, making it nigh on impossible for an unauthorised person to access it! If somehow the server is hit by a cyber-attack, not to worry. Not only is this unlikely due to the strict Microsoft security standards, but they employ a global incident response team to quickly resolve issues should they occur.
With Azure, the cloud server is in a secure Microsoft data centre. So, in the event your office is hit by theft, fire or flood, the server and all its data are still safe and secure. Azure also replicates your data between other servers, so in the unlikely event one suffers hardware failure, your data is still safe, and you’ll still be able to access your service.
Rather than a steep initial outlay on server hardware, plus the monthly costs associated with it such as electricity and cooling, with Azure, you simply pay a monthly cost for what you need! If you no longer require an Azure service, it can be cancelled.
For more information on migrating to Microsoft Azure, speak to a knowledgeable Technician today on 0800 01 999 34. Alternatively, you can Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org