Imagine being able to expand your company's capabilities without needing to purchase expensive hardware or worry about running and maintaining it in your office. With the cloud, it is possible to get the benefits of a secure, expertly managed data center without the costs required to purchase and run your own equipment.
All of your servers and solutions would be housed within our Comnet Consulting data center, greatly reducing the cost of management and maintenance.
Running a business used to require expensive server equipment that needed to be replaced every few years. With the Comnet Consulting Cloud, your server is housed securely and maintained by our experienced technicians and engineers, and hardware is completely handled as part of your monthly fee. We utilize virtualized server environments that allow for higher hardware utilization and vastly less resource and energy demand, keeping our costs low and our service environmentally friendly.
Internally, your users will be able to access files and applications hosted on your virtual servers as if they were physically at your location.
Comnet Consulting employs the highest standards of IT management in our data center to ensure optimal uptime and data protection and continuity so you and your staff can focus on your business and not your IT.
Comnet Consulting Cloud IT can grant your business new capabilities to improve your day-to-day without the extraordinary start-up costs associated with new technology.
It all starts with Comnet Consulting Cloud IT. Be sure to ask us about other cloud solutions, such as:
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