A recent report from the Information Services Group conducted from more than 24,000 contract records, shows that Cloud Services being featured in the deals has tripled from 9% in 2010 to 27% in 2012. Cloud computing is currently one of the only areas in IT that is growing rapidly, and it’s easy to see why. Cloud computing allows businesses to focus on their core business activities, rather than worrying about future proofing their IT solutions and paying for expensive equipment they may never fully utilise. Cloud computing allows you to increase or decrease your capacity as you require, and you only pay for what you’re using.
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It goes without saying that small businesses do not want their employees to be burdened with spam, and will do whatever is necessary to prevent this from happening. So how can cloud based email filtering services help tighten up small businesses? Efficiency Efficiency is the soul of a business. It’s almost second nature for businesses… continue reading »
Network London is a UK IT support services provider with a majority of clients coming from the financial, recruitment and retail industries. To improve customer service and improve helpdesk satisfaction, a new helpdesk system has been acquired to assist in the tracking and supporting of customer helpdesk requests, to improve service levels for customer performance… continue reading »
Hosted desktop is still in relatively early stages, but it has already generated enough interest in business owners’ minds worldwide. The concept is pretty straightforward – imagine all your data, applications and e-mail stored centrally on a server, from which you can access these files any time you want. So what is special about it?… continue reading »
Network Support London is a UK IT support company providing IT services such as disaster recovery, outsourced helpdesk, cloud hosting and remote desktop services. Business development manager Lee Smith says that “since selling cloud solutions back in 2006 it is now evident that mainstream business wants to adopt the principle of remote desktop services and… continue reading »
Many major business organisations are opting for desktop sharing these days. Ever wondered what the fuss was all about? After all, it is just a centralised data storage facility, right? Well, not quite. In fact, hosted desktop provides several useful services all bundled into one package to give your business just the edge it needs to succeed over competitors. Here are the most noteworthy advantages you will gain by opting for a hosted desktop service:
Remote desktop services are a life saver for people who work from home. This can be for employees who have opted to get out of the office and make one at home or it can be for freelancers who chose to work out of their homes.
August 2011 sees the launch of a new VMware based platform designed to meet the needs of existing and future customers, with enhanced features such as server and data replication, fast graphic streaming, remote sound and a large storage capacity for hosted exchange email accounts. The on-demand service allows companies to customise their desktops to exact requirements and provides the ability to instantly deploy new applications and resources.
Hosted desktop refers to technology that allows your desktop to be hosted at a remote location, along with all software installations, data, and networking support. You are given either a web-based interface, or a remote terminal, through which you can access your desktop from any PC that has an internet connection.