Cloud Services

Cloud Computing

What is cloud computing? Should you really care where your computer is located? Let’s face it: most of the time, you don’t. As long as you have a high-speed wireless connection, you can work anywhere. That’s the beauty of cloud computing.

On the road, in the office, at home – cloud computing gives you the ability to work anywhere, from any device. Just connect your desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or hybrid to a high-speed wireless connection and you’re ready to go.

Yet plenty of questions still exist:

  • Which cloud computing vendors should you trust?
  • Can they really deliver on their promises of an increase in efficiency?
  • How do you set up cloud computing resources?
  • Are they easy to leverage in the right way?
  • How do you change your business workflow to use these resources?
  • Will an upgrade in bandwidth be required?
  • Does a hybrid solution make the most sense?
  • Can cloud computing actually help me save money?
  • Who owns the liability if something goes wrong?
  • Can I expect that something will go wrong?
  • Since everything resides in the cloud, will I even know if it does?
  • If so, who will fix it — and how quickly will that happen?

When it comes to cloud computing, you need an expert. That’s where we come in.

 We know how to manage systems. We’re experts at implementing change. We’ve integrated this new cloud computing technology into countless businesses — all in a cost-effective way that actually produces benefits our clients can see in their everyday operations. 

Cloud Hosting

What is cloud hosting?

It’s a way of providing access to computing resources and servers in a flexible way that allows you to pay as you grow. Most folks think of cloud hosting as the most affordable, scalable, and reliable way to acquire resources for their company.With cloud hosting, you don’t need to have a server under your desk or in a closet. With cloud hosting, there’s no need to pay for air conditioning to keep the office cool while the server spews hot air into your staff area.

Sounds great, right?Until you get hung up on one of these cloud hosting questions:

  • Which vendor should you choose?
  • How frequently will you receive an invoice?
  • What if you want to add more computing or storage resources?
  • What happens if your bill suddenly triples?
  • What should you do?

 We know the issues inside and out.We have established relationships with vendors, which means you don’t have to negotiate rates, contracts, or usage guidelines.We test and vet the solutions we provide.We take care of the details so that you can focus on growing your business and providing better service to your clients.We can help you benefit from cloud computing without getting tripped up on the downsides.We worry about the ins and outs of IT so that you don’t have to.


Cloud Infrastructure

Searching for cloud infrastructure?

Whether you need the most basic cloud services or something a little more sophisticated, we can handle it all for you.Not to get too technical, but if you need to streamline a business process by throwing more computing resources at the problem, we can help.

We can help you define how much computing power, memory, storage, load balancing, and network capacity you need.We explain these terms in ways you can understand, bringing extensive technical expertise to bear for your business needs.We understand the complexities of cloud infrastructure, and we can provide the kind of resources you need to help get your line of business applications running more efficiently using cloud infrastructure.As always, we are sensitive to price — we understand the high cost of doing business and the hard decisions that go into a cost-benefit analysis of new technology.We work with business owners across the country to weigh the options and economic benefits of using cloud infrastructure.We’re not here to push you in a particular direction; we’re here to listen, learn, and then find the best match for your specific situation.

We want to understand your technical issues so we can build a solution that works for you.

 We want to take care of the details so that you can focus on growing your business and providing better service to your clients.We want to build up your cloud infrastructure so you can achieve your long-term strategic goals. 

Cloud Sync & Share

 Dropbox and Google Drive are some of the most common free options. Although these file sync and share options might work great for the average computer user, businesses require wider functionality, tighter version and synchronization controls, stricter reporting, and more robust security that’s in line with industry regulations.One of the biggest challenges for enterprise IT is providing easy file sharing and accessibility, while keeping data in place.  Sync and share solutions allows enterprises to store files in the right place based on file size, security, and compliance needs with a unique solution that can be cloud only, on-premise only, or synchronized between cloud and on-premise storage. With Geekoy, users get seamless access and file sharing from any device regardless of where files are stored.The expectations to give your business the enterprise-level tools it needs to succeed while we handle the back-end IT responsibilities of those tools. That leaves you and your employees to reap the productivity boosting, efficiency enhancing benefits of file sync and share. 

Dedicated Cloud

Dedicated cloud hosting is a method of providing dedicated hardware that resides in your office and can only be accessed by your authorized users to fulfill any cloud needs you may have. You’ll reap the same benefits of anywhere, anytime, any device access to your private data — but you will also enjoy stronger security since only your staff members have access to your dedicated cloud server.Sounds like a no-brainer, right?Well, there are still hurdles to overcome. One of them is cost — achieving a high level of security and privacy isn’t cheap. But if you have critical applications, sensitive virtual machines, or demanding production environments, dedicated cloud might be the best solution on the market to meet all your demands — with no compromises.Trying to decide whether dedicated cloud is right for your business?Unsure exactly what dedicated cloud means — or how it can truly benefit your business? CALL US and we will lay out the pros and cons of dedicated cloud to help you make an informed decision.We’ll assess all the factors — cost, bandwidth, security, privacy, limited access — and work with you to create a package that meets your long-term goals.

Cloud Backup

 Three levels of cloud backup service dominate the market:

  • Free or extremely affordable consumer cloud storage options like Dropbox and Jungle Disk, which offer high levels of usability but low levels of security unless paired with encryption tools like Boxcryptor, Symantec and Jetico.
  • Data backup options like Carbonite, CrashPlan+, and Backblaze, which allow for backup of some files but require individuals or business owners to ensure that their own backup works.
  • Managed care remote backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity options like Geekoy Guardian, which bring beefy 256-bit encryption, redundant processes, routine testing of backups, disaster management plan development, and complete system virtualization and backup to the table.