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Scalable, on-demand computing available anytime, anyplace. Let’s talk public cloud solutions.

So what about public cloud computing? When is a cloud, a "public cloud"?  Well, when your data is hosted in the cloud and made available to you over the internet, that’s public cloud.

Public cloud solutions are flexible, scalable, quick to deploy and offer no wasted resource. Eliminating the need to purchase and maintain expensive hardware, public cloud technology provides a hassle-free way to host your business applications, data, and web services in the cloud – and you only pay for what you need.

With guaranteed performance and availability, dedicated technical support and a scalable infrastructure model, cloud computing could be the solution you’re looking for.

Benefits

  • 99.9% uptime
  • Automatic software updates and license renewals
  • Storage on-demand

  • Variable capacity
  • Financially backed SLAs
  • Enterprise class security
  • Seamless business continuity
  • Predictable pay-per-use cost model
  • Fully managed updates and maintenance

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