Cloud Services

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Cloud Services

Cloud services is the wave of the future. Why? Because it offers, quite simply, the ability to license or “rent” software and infrastructure when you need it. Before the advent of “the Cloud”, if a company wanted a Contact Center or a Microsoft Exchange server, a large up-front cost would be incurred to purchase the equipment and the software. Now, businesses can get set up on Exchange in the cloud or run an entire call center in the Cloud, add seats instantaneously, have the service delivered over the internet to each employees computer, laptop, or mobile device, all for a monthly “rental” fee.

It’s easy to deploy, it doesn’t “live” on any one person’s computer or server, it’s easy to maintain, provides Disaster Recovery, and the software is updated for you by the cloud provider.

Put Cloud Services to Work for You

This is but one example of how DataVoice Connect Cloud services can help you in your business. If you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss how Cloud software and infrastructure can enhance your business’s communication needs, please give us a call today at (888) 412-5756. We specialize in making the Cloud work for you

Below is a sample of the Cloud services that we offer:

Software as a Service (Saas) Hosted PBX, Security, Antivirus, Firewall, Spam Filtering, Content Filtering, Network Monitoring & Management, Exchange, MS Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel), SharePoint, Oracle E-Business, PeopleSoft, Siebel, Hyperion, Microsoft Dynamics, IBM Lotus Notes, SalesForce, QuickBooks, Unified Communications (Cloud)
Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) Storage (think Amazon, etc.), Virtual Private Data Center, Virtual & Dedicated Servers, Symphony Database (Oracle or MS SQL), Private/Public Cloud, Backup & Recovery, Disaster Recovery (SAN), Enterprise Cloud Security

To get started with a risk-free, no obligation analysis, call us at 888-412-5756 or email info@DataVoiceConnect.com

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