Cloud & managed services

The smartest solution, managed in the smartest way.

In the old days, an organisation with growing data volumes had no choice but to invest huge sums in new hardware and software. When it did, deployment was slow, underutilisation was an inescapable fact of life, and the complex infrastructure took up increasing amounts of admin time.

Today, these issues can be resolved through the use of Cloud infrastructures and professional managed services that can keep them maintained and supported.

There are good reasons for entrusting the design, build and ongoing management of your cloud solution to a professional third party. It means you get the best solution for your needs, it frees up your people to focus on strategic, business-enhancing IT projects, and you don’t have to hire additional people with specialist cloud skills.

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How Tectrade can help

Tectrade provides cloud infrastructure and managed services to complex, data-intensive organisations.

We’ll work with you to design and build a cloud solution that meets your business objectives. You’ll gain the full benefits of the cloud, including reduced costs and increased speed, efficiency and agility, with none of the security and performance worries you might encounter with a DIY approach.

Once your infrastructure is up and running, we can also manage it for you as a fully managed service, covering in-house, private cloud and public cloud aspects. With Tectrade taking on the everyday management tasks, you’ll free your time and resources to focus on what really matters.

With a tailored SLA, full insight into how we’re performing, and 24/7 access to our friendly, professional support community, you’ll know your data is in safe hands.

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See how we helped Kingston University find the Cloud solutions it needed to support strategic growth.

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Our expert's tips:

Embracing the Cloud is never an ‘all or nothing’ choice. Cloud technology is simply another – potentially incredibly useful – building block in your organisation’s ideal data architecture.

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