The Cloud is built for business and innoTel has a wide range of Cloud Services for Small Businesses to suit all business activities and environments.

Whether you’re just looking to move your email and data to the cloud to make it more accessible, looking to backup critical files and data off-site or move to a full cloud experience with a desktop-as-a-service solution, we’ve got your covered. Let the cloud open up a world of opportunity for your business!

Browse our range of Cloud Services for Small Businesses and complimentary services we offer:

Productivity

Office 365

Microsoft Office 365

National Broadband Access for small businesses

G Suite

G Suite

Upgrade your broadband connection peed boost

Desktop as a Service

Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops

Online Backup & Storage

Online Backup

Online Backup

Safe off-site storage for your critcal data

Dropbox

Dropbox

Sync, share and manage files easily

Hosting, Domains & Servers

Web Hosting

Web Hosting

Fast Fibre internet with flexible connectivity options.

Domain Names

Domain Names

Superior performance and speed.

Servers & Virtual Servers

Servers & Virtual Servers

Superior performance and speed.

Content Delivery Network

Content Delivery Network

Speed up your website by pushing content closer to your customers

Software & Licensing

Microsoft SPLA

Microsoft SPLA

Microsoft licensing

Adobe

Adobe

Superior performance and speed.

Microsoft SPLA

Nitro Pro

Nitro Pro PDF Creator & Editor. Powerful features and affordable pricing.

ESET Internet Security

ESET Internet Security

Superior performance and speed.

 

Considering a move to the Cloud?

Moving your business to the cloud means many things for different businesses. For some businesses, it will mean productivity gains while for others it may mean savings in Total Cost of Ownership (TC). It’s always recommended to speak to one of our Cloud specialists at innoTel to understand all of your options.

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So, what is the ‘Cloud’?

The cloud is essentially the term given to the computing model of moving servers, applications and data to the internet, typically from an on-premise scenario, so the likes of applications, emails and data can be easily accessed anywhere, anytime.

Moving to the cloud not only provides productivity gains but also has the potential to reduce overall information technology costs from a business.

An example of what moving to the cloud looks like for a small business:

Jim runs an engineering business with five employees and has a server on-premise which hosts his email and file storage. Jim can access his email and files from within the premise, but when he’s out on the road, he relies on other employees in the office to access this data, which is inefficient.

Moving his email to Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft OneDrive, both part of the Microsoft Office365 suite, Jim and his employees can now access his email and files securely where ever they are as long as he is connected to the internet, including his smartphone.

Jim simply pays a fee per user, per month rather than outlaying significant server hardware and licencing costs. Over a 5 year period, Jim has the potential to save around $15,000 just by moving his current on-premise set-up to the cloud.