IT Cloud Solution Services

Cloud computing is a subscription or pay-per-use service delivered over the internet that provides benefits that result in increased productivity and cost savings for your business. Transitioning to the Cloud means increased revenue and efficiency for your organisation.

By migrating some or all of your technology to a cloud environment, you’ll reduce effective costs, get a better return on your IT investments and you’ll be able to work from anywhere in the world, on anything, be it a smartphone, tablet or laptop.

When your technological assets are in the cloud, the cloud computing professionals at Custard take care of everything from new technology deployment to security patches, upgrades and regular maintenance – giving you the freedom to concentrate on your core business.

Are you looking for cloud computing companies? At Custard, our team is specially trained to provide you with the best service when it comes to the cloud and data backup.

Why Transition to the Cloud?

Scalable Cloud IT Solutions

Technology that grows and adapts with the changing needs of your business

Expand Your Business

Cloud services help you expand your business to new locations with ease

Increased Productivity

Work from anywhere, anytime, via an internet connection

Advanced Security

Give employees and vendors access only to the files and programs they need

Data Recovery

No expensive, upfront capital costs

Familiar Applications

Cloud computing is available for all of the applications you’re already using

What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is the implementation of cloud technology to create entirely virtual workspaces. It is, simply put, the delivery of computer services - including storage, network, databases, analytics etc - through the internet to offer faster innovation and workflow.

How are Managed IT cloud services different to Hosted IT services?

Cloud and hosted it services are both services provided through an internet connection. The major difference, however, is that hosted IT services are provided by a third party to the client, whereas cloud based computing is a neutral service that the client can access at their leisure. The major difference is the location of the services, be that they are hosted by a 'cloud' vendor or directly by the IT support company.

About Custard

IT support that's simple, friendly and effective

Custard offer market-leading IT support solutions to the UK and to our international partners, all from our state-of-the-art headquarters in Nottingham and London.

For over two decades we have helped our customers become more dynamic, productive, secure and future proof, through innovative IT solutions for business problems. Whether your company needs help with IT infrastructure, flexible and reliable hardware or expert technical consultancy; We offer tailor-made IT support solutions to help your business continue to grow and thrive in this modern world.

Our Customers

Our team is made up of friendly and reliable tech support professionals whose focus is always based on the customer experience and providing excellent service – no matter what size or sector you operate.

Speak to our friendly sales team, don’t worry we won’t baffle you with jargon!

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