In a high-tech world, businesses often need help navigating quickly evolving business architecture environments and the “new normal” in terms of what companies use to compete.
That’s part of what’s behind our managed hosting and managed infrastructure as a service (IaaS) options for business. With these managed services, we help executives to handle the challenges that they face capably, with an investment in outsourcing some of the key work that goes into cybersecurity and much more.
One of the biggest reasons why clients need our managed services is the challenge of scaling. Simply put, you can start off small, but if your business experiences growth due to a successful business plan and/or concept, you can soon see your staff struggle with the lack of a sufficiently robust IT environment. Then you need help!
Your systems have to grow with you…
When you have dynamic managed IaaS options, you have that capability to expand in a way that doesn’t have the growing pains you would associate with people trying to do things from scratch.
Part of the challenge for businesses has to do with the essential makeup and nature of the Internet as a global connected network.
Think of your business servers as the distributors of data – broadcasting to the world at large. All of this requires a specific infrastructure and messaging systems need to be as close to a desired state as possible.
In too many cases, our clients don’t have the in-house talent and capability to really deliberately direct this the right way. But it’s as easy as creating a vendor business partnership that will allow your company to tackle these essential necessities!
Data Center Architectures and Cybersecurity
Sure, you can direct all of the company’s valuable data to your own on premises server room, but more companies are seeing that as sort of an obsolete 1980s/1990s approach that doesn’t bear up in the modern world.
With the advent of colocation and cloud services, we now have more companies making use of remote outsourced data center practices. The data center hardware is hosted at the vendor’s location, and the vendor offers an economy of scale that few companies can internally match. There are also other major benefits to this in terms of maintenance, etc.
All of that contributes to the success of Green Olive Tree in managing our clients’ data center and infrastructure operations. Ask us about what your IaaS options are today.