Our managed cloud services

Cloud services are not all created equally, and many solutions may not be appropriate for your specific business needs. With advancement in technology, cloud computing is an inevitable technological phenomena to both business enterprises and individuals. In cloud computing, your data is technically stored in an external server. This ensures that your data is secure and that you can access your data, on demand, remotely provided that you have internet access and login credentials. Essentially, cloud computing is a managed (externally) services which encompasses IT models such as software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) as well as infrastructure as a service (IaaS). Which solution is right for your business? Contact GeekTek for a services audit and learn how the cloud can benefit your business.

Email

No more hosting your Exchange in your server room, move email to the cloud.

Backup

Backup and disaster recovery services for maximum reliability.

Servers

Many businesses no longer need servers in their office. Does yours?

Managed

Managed private clouds bring the best of the cloud and on-premises together.

More about cloud computing

The first advantage of cloud computing is cost minimization. Since most users outsource these services, the overhead costs such as investing in servers which are expensive to procure and maintain to reduced. Moreover, shared costs among users ensure that a single server is optimally utilised thus ensuring economies of scale. The IT related costs such data storage, software maintenance costs and quality control costs are minimized or even completely eliminated. In case of a new application, firms do not need to procure new software and hardware since this is taken care of by the cloud service provider. Depending on the usage demand, firms can scale up or scale down their cloud computing utilization. Since many cloud computing service providers have data centres, this not only reduces data management costs but also ensures efficiency and reliability.

Cloud services are not all created equally, and many solutions may not be appropriate for your specific business needs. With advancement in technology, cloud computing is an inevitable technological phenomena to both business enterprises and individuals. In cloud computing, your data is technically stored in an external server. This ensures that your data is secure and that you can access your data, on demand, remotely provided that you have internet access and login credentials. Essentially, cloud computing is a managed (externally) services which encompasses IT models such as software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) as well as infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

Firms and other cloud computing users can channel their saved costs towards innovation. Since firms outsource cloud computing services, this ensures that they have some ample time and resource to do research and development. In addition, cloud computing accelerates prototype development by many firms as they (firms) can collaborate and focus on a single project. All this is made possible by the fact that one cloud provider brings together many users.

Cloud computing also ensures convenience since high speed bandwidth is guaranteed. This makes the responses to be faster and real time from platform situated in different sites. In matters of costs, the consumers or clients or a cloud provider only pays what they consume. Billing is done based on consumption and users can always verify their bills before paying up. The cloud computing applications are convenient to use as no special software or hardware is required by the users. The fact that no specialized skills are needed to use the service makes it convenient.

Since the location of the server is independent of influences from users, most cloud computing providers tend to locate it where there is superior infrastructure and therefore achieving proficiency and efficiency to clients. As a result of this, resource optimization is achieved as enterprises enjoy a reduced down time. Enterprises may have little or no incentive to invest in standalone servers even if they have the financial capability!

Cloud computing services are much flexible in the sense that they are only accessed on demand. Once you do not require the service, you log out! In addition, cloud computing services can be accessed from any device ranging from ipad to smart phone or even a computer provided one has internet access and the device can accommodate cloud services.

Why the cloud?

  • Quick and convenient access to data
  • Break free of the endless upgrade cycle
  • Security and stability
  • Predictable service fees
  • Attuned to Smartphones and Tablet PCs

Contact Our Team

Contact us now to discuss your Los Angeles, Burbank, Pasadena, Thousand Oaks, Long Beach, or Torrance, CA based company’s IT needs. We’re here to help, just fill in the form below or call us at 323-205-5060.

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Los Angeles

8149 Santa Monica Blvd #181
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 205-5060

Orange County

7545 Irvine Center Drive Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92618
(714) 202-0099

San Fernando Valley

4419 Van Nuys Blvd Suite 412
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
(323) 205-5060