When you need help with organizing your business and want to protect your computers from outside threats but you're on a strict budget, DWP Information Architects' can provide cloud computing solutions in Thousand Oaks, and available throughout Ventura County and Los Angeles Counties.
Because our services are fully scalable and available for a flat-rate fee, you’ll never have to worry about an IT cost you can't cover. With no additional IT staff needed and no initial capital investment required, you can now direct your cash to more important, business growing prospects, and leave the little things to us.
When you sign up for DWP Information Architects' professional cloud computing services, you'll find:
- Security – Your business's vital systems and data will be protected from loss, and even theft
- Service and Support – We'll always be around 24/7 to serve your needs, and we'll monitor your systems to prevent any problems in the first place
- Data protection – with our built in data backup and secure data storage, you'll never have to worry about losing your data in the event of any disaster
- Tools you can use – When you need to control and manage your systems, we give you easy to use, intuitive tools to help you along the way
And one of the key services for small businesses is Cloud Migration Services. These need to include business processes, employee education, email and data file migration, and more. Talk to DWP Information Architects today about making these cloud computing services work for you.
Specific cloud services; click below to find out more:
- Microsoft Office 365 - Email, collaboration, productivity, and communication tools for small business
- Cloud Computing - virtual machines, cloud storage, cloud backup and recovery, and more
- Cloud Migration - transition your email and data files from on-premises or hosted servers to cloud services from Microsoft
- File Sync and Share - from a cloud host with solutions from Microsoft and Autotask
- Cloud-in-a-Box - complete cloud systems for small companies in five-user packs