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All your software needs in one place.

Whether it’s Software as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service or Cloud Migration and Deployment, our expert team can help set you up.

Cloud Migration and Deployment

Cloud Solutions give you the ability to set up a virtual office and connect to your business, data and people anywhere, anytime.

Cloud Services can provide many benefits to your business including:

Flexibility – give your employees access to company data from any Internet connected device

Collaboration – communicate and share information easily

Reduced IT Costs – pay only for what you use and drop ongoing infrastructure maintenance costs

Scalability – scale your storage needs or software licenses up or down with ease

Business continuity – backup and storage of data in the Cloud provides security and reduces potential downtime

Not sure if your business is big enough to need the Cloud?

Depending on your needs, Cloud Solutions may prove cheaper than managing and maintaining your own in‐house local infrastructure.

Get in touch to discuss the range of options available. Our Cloud specialists will help you work out whether in-house infrastructure, the Cloud or a customised mix of local and hosted solutions will best suit your needs.

Sinefo is a Microsoft Certified Silver Partner. Our Cloud specialists can manage the full range of Microsoft hosted services such as Microsoft 365 and Azure, including design, implementation, migration and ongoing management.

Software as a Service

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a software licensing model wherein access to the software is provided on a subscription basis, with the software being located on external servers rather than on in-house servers.

SaaS is typically accessed through a web browser, with users logging into the system using a username and password.

The SaaS provider is responsible for the infrastructure, middleware, app software and app data, as well as management of the hardware and software.

Using SaaS allows your organisation to get up and running quickly with an app, at minimal upfront cost.

Advantages of SaaS

Harness the power of sophisticated apps

To provide SaaS apps to users, you don’t need to purchase, install, update or maintain any hardware, middleware or software. SaaS makes complex enterprise applications affordable and accessible for organisations that don’t have the means to develop them in-house.

Pay for what you need

SaaS systems automatically scale up and down depending on the level of usage.

Use free client software

Users can run most SaaS apps directly from their web browser without needing to download and install any software, although some apps require plug-ins. This means that you don’t need to purchase and install special software for your users.

Mobilise your workforce

Access SaaS apps and data from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device. SaaS apps have been designed to work across multiple operating systems and devices, and have in-built security so that you don’t have to worry about the risks that multiple users in various locations can present.

Access app data from anywhere

Users can access their information from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device safe in the knowledge that if their device fails, their data is still stored in the Cloud.

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Infrastructure as a Service

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is also known as hardware as a service (HaaS).

Typically, IaaS is when hardware, storage, servers and data centre space and network components are outsourced.

IaaS is a practical option that reduces infrastructure costs, provides limitless scalability and agility and means you don’t get left behind with obsolete technology.

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