Our team will work with you across a wide range of technical disciplines to design and implement innovative solutions and great value for money.
The following are some key areas where we work with clients to transform business processes and capabilities.
Microsoft SolutionsCerberus is a Microsoft Silver Partner with over 10 years experience working with the leader in business software.
As both a cloud-hosting partner and with years of experience delivering on-premises solutions, Cerberus is perfectly positioned to advise on buying and deploying Microsoft products and services. Our consultants have experience delivering public, private and hybrid cloud services, and work with our technical pre-sales team to build tailored solutions that achieve your business goals.
Business Continuity and Disaster RecoveryThe impact of data loss can be catastrophic. Without access to business data, software and communications, an organisation can be reduced to an immediate standstill.
With careful planning, modern IT and communications systems can be designed to survive even severe disruption. Cerberus Networks' Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) services perform a vital role in maintaining access to key services.
Cerberus will work with you on every stage of the process to design and deliver a robust and effective BC/DR plan for your organisation - from business analysis to ongoing maintenance and review.
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Migration to the CloudAs a provider of both private and public cloud services, Cerberus is well placed to help clients find the cloud model that offers the best fit. There are two key things to get right:
- Which services should you move to the cloud and which should you keep onsite?
- How can data be migrated without any disruption?
Virtualisation and Hybrid-CloudVirtualisation dramatically improves the efficiency and availability of IT systems. Under the old 'one server, one application' model internal resources were often under-utilised, with IT administrators spending too much time managing servers instead of working strategically.
Virtualisation lowers costs and redefines the computing environment by freeing computers from their physical hardware.
Deploying a virtualised computing infrastructure can deliver the following key benefits
- Reduced hardware capex, maintenance and running costs
- High-availability resilient computing
- Simple, flexible and robust disaster recovery
- More effective desktop management with virtual desktop solutions