Our cloud computing services support businesses to improve performance, streamline operations, minimise costs and enhance security.
The cloud is an on-demand and virtual infrastructure where all computing resources are delivered over the internet – including servers, storage, databases, networking, and software. It negates the need for large capital investments in physical IT infrastructure which is cumbersome and becomes outdated quickly. Our cloud subscription-based models are highly economical. You only pay for what you use.
We partner with Microsoft to provide industry-leading cloud technology solutions, including the Office 365 productivity suite and the Azure collection of flexible and scalable cloud services. Our team are highly experienced in delivering cloud solutions and we are here to you choose the best option for your business goals. Where appropriate, we use cloud services to help our clients benefit from enhanced security, reliability and flexible costings offered.
What is included?
Our cloud-based solutions include...
Microsoft Office 365 delivers the power of cloud productivity to businesses of all sizes, helping save time, money, and free up valued resources. It’s designed to meet business needs for robust security, reliability and user productivity.
Highstream can help you understand the benefits of cloud computing and step through the purchase, configuration and deployment of a solution customised to meet the needs of your business.
Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services that developers and IT professionals use to build, deploy and manage applications through Microsoft’s global network of data centres.
With Azure, businesses get the freedom to build and deploy whichever infrastructure or software services they want, using the tools, applications and frameworks of their choice.
With Highstream as your partner, the flexibility and scale of Azure can help grow your business.
Who is it for?
Cloud computing represents an opportunity for organisations of all sizes to lower their operating costs and run their infrastructure more efficiently.
The cloud is particularly ideal for businesses who have people working remotely or travelling. Staff will always have access to their data, regardless of their location. All they need is a device which connects to the internet. It is easy to increase power, storage and bandwidth as users’ needs change.
Meanwhile, the lack of physical hardware saves a significant amount on energy costs and opens up more office space, allowing businesses to expand departments and drive productivity.