Safeguarding your data. A key component of any cloud strategy is security considerations. Whether you choose to leverage public top-tier hosting providers, maintain a private platform to control proprietary data, or elect to harness the advantages of both in a hybrid cloud environment, PLEXUS IT delivers the security and stability your company requires. From end-to-end encryption and separate data work streams, to authentication and much more, our experts work with you to understand the nature of your business and provide best-in-class security such as Identity and Access Management (IAM) and high availability.
Choosing the Right Email Plan for Your Office Is Hypercritical.
Communications hinge on it. Collaboration revolves around it. Productivity depends on it. Microsoft Office 365 has become one of the leading email platforms for business due to its robust capabilities. By enhancing productivity while reducing costs, Office 365 enables companies of all sizes to achieve greater efficiencies in a highly competitive marketplace. As an Office 365 provider, PLEXUS IT can help you optimize this powerful platform to deliver the versatility, reliability and security your business demands.
A leader in the email space, Office 365 works on PC and Mac operating systems with seamless ease while providing a variety of service levels. This platform is:
Scalable: Will grow with your business, eliminating the need to introduce new software or systems that can disrupt productivity.
Mobile: Email, files and Office programs can be accessed from any location or device.
Collaborative: Teams working together on a project can collaborate, edit and comment on the same document versus working with multiple versions.
Subscription-Model: Move upfront capital expenditures to the operating expenses column by using a subscription–based model.
Discuss your workplace environment with our experts and we’ll walk you through appropriate services, from mobile device and app management to security, exchange mailboxes, advanced data protection and more.
Leveraging cloud computing with DaaS and IaaS. The cloud has freed businesses from the handcuffs and of hardware. For large organizations, the capital expenditure to outfit employees with physical desktop computers can run in the millions of dollars. Enter Desktop as a Service (DaaS)—the ability to deliver virtual desktops and applications to your organization via the cloud. DaaSprovides a simplified, flexible way to deliver data and is perfectly suited to decentralized businesses. If you have a dispersed workforce, are growing exponentially or want to reduce capital expenses, DaaS should be on your radar.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is another cloud computing service that allows companies to outsource big ticket items such as: hardware, storage, data center space or network components. By moving to IaaS, a business can reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by using a subscription model that scales with the business.