Cloud Services

Cloud Services

What is cloud computing?

As you probably know, this simply means using the internet to store and access your applications and data instead of having them installed on your company’s computers or on-site servers. So if you’re thinking of moving some of your IT systems to the cloud but don’t know which products to choose, we can guide you through the available options and make recommendations based on your company’s specific needs.

File Sharing

Expert help choosing and using the right cloud-based file-sharing services for your business.

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Office 365

Getting the most out of Microsoft’s market-leading productivity, collaboration and communication tools.

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Google Workspace

Expert guidance on using and moving to Google’s cloud-based productivity and collaboration suite.

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A bit more info about the Cloud

What’s Software as a Service (SaaS)?

You might not realise it, but you’ve probably been using cloud services for a while. For example, all the apps in Google Workspace – like Gmail, Docs, Sheets and Slides, as well as Office 365, Salesforce and Xero – are all cloud SaaS.

What’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)?

IaaS is any core computing resource – like storage, networking or networking services like firewalls – that you get through the internet, by connecting to remote data centres. Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine (GCE) are some of the most popular IaaS products.

What are the benefits of cloud computing?

One of the key advantages of using SaaS programmes is that they can be securely accessed by your company’s multiple devices, regardless of their location or operating system. This is usually more cost-effective than having to buy multiple licences, and having to support and back up the servers that the software would otherwise be running on.

Having your data backed up to an IaaS service means that even if a disaster or crisis makes your office inaccessible, you can still access your data from any other location with an internet connection. So IaaS is especially useful if you have remote workers who work in more than one office and even in different countries.

How Dr Logic can help

We have extensive, hands-on experience of cloud services – both because we use many of them to run our own business, and because we’ve helped our clients to implement a wide range of cloud solutions .

Cloud Migration Projects

We can also manage the cloud migration process itself: we’ll handle all the tricky technical stuff like integrating your new services with your existing IT set-up.

Cloud working

And once we’ve got everything up and running, we can help your staff to start using your new services, by providing training resources and resolving any teething troubles.