Microsoft Azure Cloud Services

Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services—analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web—for moving faster, achieving more, and saving money.

Cloud computing is a shift in traditional computing that gives businesses on-demand access to a variety of software and services while giving IT a shared pool of configurable computing resources at the platform, infrastructure and application layers. When done right, cloud computing helps businesses do more, faster by letting them tap into the power of massive datacenters and IT services without having to build, manage or maintain them.

We leverage Microsoft’s cloud, through Microsoft Azure, which then enables us to offload complexity and burden, letting our team focus on addressing delivery of new applications, new devices, and new solutions for our clients.

25% of enterprise decision makers are committed to building their ECM, RM and collaboration around SharePoint. For 22% it remains their ECM system of choice for the foreseeable future, and 28% will stick to it for the next few years – in total, 75% remain committed to the platform.

— Connecting and Optimizing SharePoint, AIIM: The Global Community of Information Professionals

Why do we use Microsoft Azure and Office 365?

It’s scalable.

Microsoft Azure’s pay-as-you-go services means that we can easily manage our client infrastructure requirements, by scaling up or down to match demand, and only pay for what is required.

It’s protected.

Microsoft is making the industry leading commitment for the protection and privacy of data, in jurisdictions throughout North America and Europe. And, here in Canada, Microsoft is the first enteprise cloud provider supporting the potential of Canadian private and public sector businesses and organizations through the launch of two Canadian datacentres in 2016.

A trusted technology brand.

Microsoft is trusted by more technology leaders to run critical business infrastructure than any other brand. More than 66% of Fortune 500 companies rely on the Azure platform, with enterprise-level service level agreements that are pretty important to our clients.

Curious about getting started?

Regardless of if you’re leveraging Microsoft Azure, through Office 365 or SharePoint Online, or if you have yet to implement anything, we can work with you to take advantage of the efficiency of the technology cloud. Let’s set up a time to talk about how the cloud could provide real value to your business, through an advisory session or a readiness assessment.

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