Verus helps you navigate the choices
Network infrastructure management has evolved rapidly in recent years. Not so long ago, most businesses chose to buy, install and operate their own networking hardware and applications themselves. This often was very expensive, but it gave businesses total control over their IT infrastructures and data security. When network problems arose, businesses fixed them internally or turned to a service provider who worked on a "break/fix" basis.
Then came managed services in which businesses would outsource some IT monitoring and maintenance, help desk and business applications to third-parties service providers, but retained control of most core business applications internally.
Now we are in the world of the Cloud, which is challenging long-standing notions about how IT infrastructures should be managed for maximum cost-effectiveness and user value. Instead of installing software on internal workstations and servers, and storing data on server-attached storage devices or SANs, proponents of cloud computing say it makes sense to "uplift" some or all or your IT hardware and application infrastructures to one of three cloud computing models (or some combination thereof)—private, hybrid or public.
In the end, however, it remains an issue of network infrastructure management. That's why Verus is perfectly positioned to help you make the right choices about your traditional, managed-service or Cloud-based network infrastructure. We help you navigate the options and chose the right combination of on-premise, hosted, and Cloud network applications that meet your precise needs for control, convenience, data security and budgetary constraints.
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