Cloud

Office 365

This is a subscription-based online office and software plus services suite which offers access to various services and software built around the Microsoft Office platform.

Serving as a successor to Microsoft’s Business Productivity Online Suite, the service was originally designed to provide hosted e-mail, social networking and collaboration, and cloud storage to teams and businesses. As such, it first included hosted versions of Exchange, Lync, SharePoint, Office Web Apps, along with access to the Microsoft Office 2013 desktop applications, Visio and Project Professional.

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What can Office 365 do for your organization?

  • Work from virtually anywhere using Office applications across any device – PCs , Macs and selected mobile devices
  • Access E-mails and Calendar on the go
  • Create a website that builds your brand with no hosting fees
  • Collaborate and work better with team mates, partners, and customers with file sharing
  • Host online multiparty HD video conferencing, real-time notes, and screen sharing & instant messaging.

Why Choose Office 365?

  • Easy to setup and use
  • Get updates automatically. The office tools are always up to date
  • Work on your Office files online or offline
  • Get virtually anywhere access on select mobile devices
  • All your data is automatically backed up
  • Built-in anti-malware and anti-spam protection
  • 99.9% uptime, financially backed SLA * (* please contact the sales representative for more details)
  • Licensing based on per user and easy to purchase
Microsoft Azure

Windows Azure

Windows Azure is a cloud computing platform and infrastructure, created by Microsoft, for building, deploying and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters. It provides both platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) services and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems.

What Services does Azure provide?

  • Websites: Customers can create web sites in PHP, .NET, and Node.js, or select from several open source applications from a gallery to deploy. This comprises one aspect of the Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings for the Windows Azure Platform.
  • Virtual Machines: Windows Azure Virtual Machines comprise the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering from Microsoft for their public cloud. Customers can create Virtual Machines, of which they have complete control, to run the Microsoft Data Centers. As of the preview the Virtual Machines supported Windows Server 2008 and 2012 operating systems and a few distributions of Linux
  • Cloud Services: The Cloud Services are containers of hosted applications. These applications can be internet-facing public web applications (such as web sites and e-commerce solutions), or they can be private processing engines for other work, such as processing orders or analyzing data.
  • Data Management: SQL Database, tables, BLOB Storage
  • Business Analytics: SQL Reporting, Data Marketplace, Hadoop
  • Identity: Active Directory & Access Control Service
  • Messaging: Windows Azure Service Bus, Queues
  • Media & Mobile Services

Why Choose Azure?

  • Familiarity of Windows: Azure is based on Windows, so you can write applications in the same programming languages you’ve used for Windows apps: Visual Basic, C++, C#, etc. You can also use familiar tools such as Visual Studio, along with ASP.NET and other familiar Windows technologies
  • 64-Bit Windows VMs: Applications running on Azure run in virtual machines, with each instance of the app running in its own VM on the 64-bit Windows Server 2008 operating system. The hypervisor on which they run is designed specifically for the cloud.
  • Azure SDK: Microsoft provides the Windows Azure software development kit (SDK), which includes a version of the Azure environment you can run on your own computer
  • Scalability & Flexibility: Using Azure, you can easily create applications that run reliably and scale from 10 to 10 thousand or even 10 million users — without any additional coding. Azure Storage provides scalable, secure, performance-efficient storage services in the cloud.
  • Cost Benefit and Pricing Model: Windows Azure pricing will be based on consumption, with a per-hour fee that’s dependent on the size of the instance for Azure computing services and per-month or per-transaction fees for Azure storage services based on data size.
  • Datacenter in the cloud: SQL Azure provides organizations with all the benefits of an enterprise-class data center without the hassle, headaches, and cost of maintaining such an entity. You get high availability and reliability with redundant copies of your data and automatic failover. No more worries about backing up data yourself.
  • Support Resources: Because Azure uses the same familiar tools and technologies as other Windows platforms, you can take advantage of the well-established support structure within Microsoft and from Microsoft partners like Zerone technologies who have expertise on Azure.
  • Interoperability: With Azure, you can develop hybrid applications that allow your on- premises applications to use cloud services, such as the cloud database and storage services. Communications services work between on-premises applications and the cloud, as well as mobile devices.
  • Security: Knowing that security is one of the biggest concerns for companies considering a move to the cloud, Microsoft designed Azure with security in mind. Microsoft has designed its compliance framework to meet regulatory requirements.