Replacing Servers–To Cloud or Not to Cloud

Blog Author: Aaron Smith | June 19th, 2015

Even with the growing move to the cloud there is still demand for servers, but much of that demand is now being consumed within data centres. Data centre equipment in Australia is reported to be a $2.5 billion a year business, but the landscape is changing.

The growth in demand for extensive services housed outside the business now means that it doesn’t make much economic sense to build your own data centre. The most cost effective approach is then to look at utilising capacity from pre-existing data centres. This is exactly the role that Correct is playing, with its own established data centres which can host everything from email to virtual desktops.

Utilising Correct’s data centres allows you get all the advantages of your own data centre without many of the downsides. It doesn’t matter whether a server is on premises or in a data centre, it still needs to be monitored, patched, etc. by skilled IT technicians. Correct has made the investment in all these aspects for its customers, to provide them the most flexibility for their IT requirements.

There are lot of moving pieces when it comes to any IT upgrade or migration project. This is even more the case when all the abilities of the cloud are thrown into the mix. That’s where Correct can help and greatly reduce the load. We can provide not only the data centre resources, but also the professional services and skills to make it easy for you, and minimize any impact on your business.

The more that you look to the cloud, the more you need to look to Correct Solutions as your trusted and complete partner, to assist with the development of your strategy. To get the process started all you need to do is give us a call on (02) 8331 3200 to discuss your needs. We are here to help.

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