Private Cloud Services
Xuper deliver resilient hosted services to promote flexible working whilst lowering internal resource requirements.
Private Cloud offers the same benefits as a Public Cloud, such as ease of use, fast deployment and scalability. However Private Cloud gives your organisation greater control, performance and flexibility, predictable costs and enhanced security. You can customise your environment according to your business needs and security requirements.
By deploying a Private Cloud, you can have access to dedicated computer, storage and network resources, incorporating advanced and leading-edge technology hosted within one of our state-of-the-art partner data centres.
We will use our experience and expertise to work with you to design, configure and deliver a highly resilient platform specifically for your organisation’s needs. Once active we can either fully manage, monitor and control your environment with guaranteed service and SLA’s, or simply become an extension to your IT team and assist where possible.
If you require large amounts of resources and flexibility to deliver multiple services, then a Private Cloud could be the solution for you.
- Achieve cost savings by standardisation and policy driven automation of services
- Dedicated pool of resources which is designed to scale with your business
- Increased resiliency with multi-site options
- Access your resources via a secure portal
- Increased agility for project delivery
- Increased service level delivered by industry experts
- Deliver a solution for your organisation to consume IT as a Service (IaaS)
Private Cloud improves flexibility, scalability and efficiency and gives you greater control and security. It can be hosted at a vendor’s data centre or on-site at your own data-centre.
Security is always a priority for businesses, and at Xuper we know you shouldn’t have to choose between Cloud and security. Our Private Cloud services give you all the benefits of Cloud along with confidence your vital assets are being protected.
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