Cloud

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system, and customers have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS.

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Over the past several years, virtual private servers, or VPS hosting has become extremely popular. As these virtualization technologies increase in performance and functionality, this is only expected to continue. There are a number of reasons why an organization would choose to host their website or application on a VPS. From a lower carbon footprint to having the ability to scale quickly and painlessly, it makes sense for many organizations. Here are some reasons why VPS hosting will only continue to get more popular:

More stability and reliability

Inhouse servers will soon be a thing of the past. Equipment and upfront costs to supply and install physical servers is something most small businesses could do without. A monthly subscription based service that grows and contracts with your business is a more efficient way of managing the cost of your IT needs.

 

Green technology, environmentally friendly, and more efficient use of resources

Green hosting and the use of eco-friendly technologies has been gaining a lot of popularity over the past few years. It is important to do your part to make sure your carbon footprint is as little as possible. VPS Hosting can help you achieve this. With dedicated server hosting you are taking all the resources of a server – which means you are the only person benefiting from that server’s power consumption. However, with a virtual private server, a large dedicated server is sliced or divided into many different virtual environments. This way, many more people shared the resources of that physical server.

Easy scalability when needed

Some customers servers are setup initially with their current requirements,  and do not expect much variance as the business changesor grows. For them, this factor might not be that important. However, for someone who is growing it into something much larger, being able to scale your hosting resources without any downtime or technical issues is very important.

You can scale up or down depending on your needs and only for what you need at the time.

The great thing about how this work is that you can easily and quickly be allocated more or less resources as you need them. For example, if you need to upgrade your ram quickly , you can simply add more ram to your server without downtime and the cost of purchasing the equipment and having a technician install the memory. If you were using an inhouse server, someone would have to physically install the new ram into your server – which would result in downtime and lost business.

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Your go-to Office—anywhere

Whether you’re working in your office or on the go, you get a familiar, top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. Office applications —always the latest versions—let you create, edit, and share from your PC/Mac or your iOS, Android™, or Windows device with anyone in real time.

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Tools for the professional

Brand your business-class email address with your company name to build name recognition, and market your business with customized marketing materials that are easy to create. Connect better with customers and colleagues with a range of communication tools, from email and IM to social networking and video conferencing.

Right on the money

There’s no upfront cost for software and it always stays up to date.

Built-in security

Built-in security plus compliance and privacy controls help keep your data safe.

Always at the ready

You’ll always have a 99.9% uptime financially backed guarantee.

Don't be held back by your phone system. NBN-ready and loaded with features, Virtual PBX is the smarter way to run your office phones.

 

pbx>Full call centre feature that will grow with your business

> Hosted in the Cloud so there's nothing to maintain or upgrade

Cloud Backup – Powered by MozyPro

Cloud Backup eliminates the high risks of data loss, with fully automated backup and easy recovery.

Your most important business asset is data. After all, without customer information, order details or product data, you will not be able to perform any business activities. Imagine partially or even completely losing your business data.

  • Workstation
  • $10
    per Month
  • 10 GB Storage
  • Security – Military-grade security
  • Software Licence
  • Supported Operating Systems – Windows, Mac OSX, Linux
  • Automated Backup
  • Incremental Backup
  • Multiple Versions of your Files
  • Restore Files or Folders
  • Report after every Backup
  • Server
  • $40
    per Month
  • 50 GB Storage
  • Security – Military-grade security
  • Software Licence
  • Supported Operating Systems – Windows, Mac OSX, Linux
  • Automated Backup
  • Incremental Backup
  • Multiple Versions of your Files
  • Restore Files or Folders
  • Report after every Backup
  • Database Backup – MS SQL Server
  • Microsoft Exchange Backup

Options – Scale Up or Down Anytime

  • Additional Backup Storage – POA
  • Cloud Configuration per Workstation – $100
  • Cloud Configuration per Server – $200

Pricing is per month, ex GST in Australian Dollars

MozyPro is affordable backup that saves you time and money (and headaches) so you can focus on other important things, like growing your business.

Cloud Backup eliminates the high risks of data loss, with fully automated backup and easy recovery.

How vital is your data (information) to your business?

What would you do if you lost your businesses data?

How important or sensitive is the data on your systems?
The importance of data can go a long way toward helping you determine if you need to back it up—as well as when and how it should be backed up.

For critical data, such as a database, you’ll want to have redundant backup sets that extend back for several backup periods.

For sensitive data, you’ll want to ensure that backup data is physically secure or encrypted. For less important data, such as daily user files, you won’t need such an elaborate backup plan, but you’ll need to back up the data regularly and ensure that the data can be recovered easily.

What type of information does the data contain?
Data that doesn’t seem important to you might be very important to someone else. Thus, the type of information the data contains can help you determine if you need to back up the data—as well as when and how the data should be backed up.

How often does the data change?
The frequency of change can affect your decision on how often the data should be backed up. For example, data that changes daily should be backed up daily.

How quickly do you need to recover the data?
Time is an important factor in creating a backup plan. For critical systems, you might need to get back online swiftly. To do this, you might need to alter your backup plan.

Who will be responsible for the backup and recovery plan?
Ideally, someone should be a primary contact for the organization’s backup and recovery plan. This person might also be responsible for performing the actual backup and recovery of data.

What’s the best time to schedule backups?
Scheduling backups when system use is as low as possible will speed the backup process. However, you can’t always schedule backups for off-peak hours. So you need to carefully plan when key system data is backed up.

Do you need to store backups off-site?
Storing copies of backup tapes off-site is essential to recovering your systems in the case of a natural disaster. In your offsite storage location, you should also include copies of the software you might need to install to reestablish operational systems.

Get you business online.

Website Design and Development

Did you know that 85% of people search on-line before buying. This means it is important that you not only have a have a website but ensure your website is promoting your businesses products and services on-line.


 

We can create a professional website for your business. Starting with a simple 5 page website up to a full ecommerce online shop, we can provide the solution for your businesses online needs.

Once we have built your new website we can continue to manage it for you or you can do it your self.

If you need to make any complex changes, professional monthly maintenance is included in all packages. You can easily add or update content and images anytime.

We provide full interaction into your website such as web forms and integration of Google Maps, PayPal an other online payment gateways.

All of our sites come with –

  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
  • Mobile device sites and options
  • Spam protection
  • Blogging

We can have your site up and running in 48 hours.

Find out more and see our pricing

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