Licensing & Cloud Services 

The cloud enables users to access the same files and applications from almost any device, because the computing and storage takes place on servers in a data centre, instead of locally on the user device. This is why a user can log into their Instagram account on a new phone after their old phone breaks and still find their old account in place, with all their photos, videos, and conversation history. It works the same way with cloud email providers like Gmail or Microsoft Office 365, and with cloud storage providers like OneDrive and Huawei Cloud.

For businesses, switching to cloud computing removes some IT costs and overhead: for instance, they no longer need to update and maintain their own servers, as the cloud vendor they are using will do that. This especially makes an impact for small businesses that may not have been able to afford their own internal infrastructure but can outsource their infrastructure needs affordably via the cloud. The cloud can also make it easier for companies to operate internationally, because employees and customers can access the same files and applications from any location.

Licensing Available:

  • Microsoft CSP Licensing

    • Microsoft Office 365​

    • Microsoft Dynamics 365

    • Microsoft Azure 

  • Microsoft On-Premise Licenses

    • Enterprise Agreements​ (EA)

    • Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA)

    • Open License

  • Huawei Cloud Licensing

Benefits of Cloud Computing:

Cost Savings:

Cost saving is the biggest benefit of cloud computing. It helps you to save substantial capital cost as it does not need any physical hardware investments. Also, you do not need trained personnel to maintain the hardware. The buying and managing of equipment is done by the cloud service provider.

High Speed:

Cloud computing allows you to deploy your service quickly in fewer clicks. This faster deployment allows you to get the resources required for your system within fewer minutes.

Back-up and Restore Data:

Once the data is stored in a Cloud, it is easier to get the back-up and recovery of that, which is otherwise very time taking process on-premise.

Mobility:

Employees who are working on the premises or at the remote locations can easily access all the could services. All they need is an Internet connectivity.

Collaboration:

The cloud computing platform helps employees who are located in different geographies to collaborate in a highly convenient and secure manner.

Unlimited Storage Capacity:

The cloud offers almost limitless storage capacity. At any time you can quickly expand your storage capacity with very nominal monthly fees.

Other Important Benefits:

  • On-Demand Self-service

  • Multi-tenancy

  • Offers Resilient Computing

  • Fast and effective virtualisation

  • Provide you low-cost software

  • Offers advanced online security

  • Location and Device Independence

  • Always available, and scales automatically to adjust to the increase in demand

  • Allows pay-per-use

  • Web-based control & interfaces

  • API Access available.