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Migration and Development

Overwhelmed by the prospect of moving to cloud computing? Don’t be. That’s what we’re here for…

Migrating to the cloud can be a daunting prospect for some businesses. That’s where we come in. Once we’re happy that we know your business inside out, we’ll set about developing your cloud solution and planning your migration.

From an Office 365 migration with SharePoint design, to a bespoke virtual platform, we’ll guide you through the transition process, managing risk, exceeding expectations and moving you seamlessly over to your new cloud environment.

We will;

  • Prepare the existing environment
  • Set up the synchronisation of data
  • Cut-over to using the new services
  • Deliver training to ensure you hit the ground running

Our engineers become a part of your team, seamlessly migrating you to your new cloud environment with fully managed risk, pre-agreed timescales and a dedicated migration plan that helps you to get the most out of your IT and supports your business strategies.

The road to the cloud needn’t be bumpy

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