​Cloud Computing
  • Virtual Desktops (VDI) / Desktop as a Service (DaaS)
  • With the mobile workforce growing in prevalence, employees are increasingly bringing their own devices. Virtual desktops and DaaS have emerged as a way for IT departments to standardize security and content access across devices. VDI and DaaS help to curb the effects of a disaster because they are hosted in the cloud and can be easily accessed from any device.

  • Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
  • Quickly become one of the core use cases for cloud computing, disaster recovery is critical to every business. With downtime causing companies to lose time and money, DR works to ensure your business can quickly recover and get back online in the event of a disaster. By having a standby site in the cloud for DR purposes, failover is quick and easy and does not require you to build and maintain your own infrastructure.

  • Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN)
  • One of the major issues related to cloud solutions is that companies make investments without considering the underlying network and bandwidth needed to operate a solution. SD-WAN has emerged to resolve the issue of bogged down networking due to cloud applications. SD-WAN integrates with your existing network solution to speed up your connectivity, addressing a major issue that is underrated.