Hosted Server & Hosted Desktop Solutions
It is estimated that around 94% of SME’s in the UK are currently using at least one Cloud (hosted) service within their IT structure. By offering both traditional on-premise and a complete range of cloud solutions CloudHance are ideally placed to provide your business with impartial consultancy to identify if a more expansive Hosted Services engagement is right for you.
Hosted Virtual Servers (IAAS)
Virtual Servers look and feel exactly like traditional dedicated servers but, because they’re based on our state-of-the-art cloud computing grid infrastructure, you have instant access to an almost limitless pool of computing resources. As such, changes to your server can be managed on the fly, without any of the headaches or cost penalties associated with moving from one server to another. Our virtual servers can be fully integrated with existing networks to behave as a seamless extension of your infrastructure.
Virtual Desktop Solutions (HVDI)
Improvements in thin client computing and a faster Internet mean Hosted Virtual Desktops really are the future of ‘desktop’ computing. A Hosted Desktop is a fully-functioning remote workstation. However, instead of it being stored on local hardware, all the required software and data is served from the Cloud, in our advanced data centres. Data is securely transmitted over the internet to an end-user’s workstation via the latest thin-client technology, whilst industry-standard encryption ensures that no information can be accessed by external parties. A user’s keystrokes and mouse movements are all seamlessly relayed from the workstation to the data centre.
Hosted Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (HVDI) empowers organisations to take their corporate IT – their desktops, file servers, compliance data, applications – and entrust it to a secure Cloud platform (Public or Private according to business needs). In return they get access to all the benefits Cloud Computing delivers – centralised security and redundancy, go-anywhere-computing, affordable disaster recovery and a more efficient IT spend.