Infradapt Launches Next Generation Cloud Computing Solution for Small to Medium-Sized Businesses
A new service from Infradapt offers small and mid-sized businesses access to a centralized, adaptive cloud computing solution previously available only to large enterprises. Offerings like Infradapt's mark a shift from traditional technology services toward a cloud-based utility model.
Infradapt's program is designed to fulfill all of a customer's IT needs with a built-in software and hardware refresh schedule. Infradapt's Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution provides: All-inclusive Service and Technology Support; New Dell Desktop Computer Equipment; Polycom Telephones and Full-Featured PBX; The latest Microsoft Office software; Privacy and Security Features; Built-in Software and Hardware Refresh Schedule.
"This is a revolutionary approach for companies to cut cost and increase efficiency," states Infradapt Managing Partner Corey McFadden. "Offerings like this bring business computing to a 'utility-grade' level of reliability and performance. It's perfect for the business owner who just wants technology to work so they can focus on their business. We take care of everything."
"Traditionally, small businesses would either pay for technical support regularly or only when needed and then only replace computers and servers only when a software upgrade required it or if equipment failed," McFadden explains.
Delivered as a total turn-key solution, Infradapt's program has built-in software and hardware refreshes. "Every three years, we will come in and provide new workstations and upgrade to the latest versions of Microsoft software," McFadden explains. "This keeps our customers up and running rather than chasing after upgrades or dealing with old failed equipment."
"There is no enormous up-front fee, and customers will pay substantially less than if they tried to build and manage the network themselves, so the value is huge," McFadden explains, adding, "We can offer everything, including high-level strategic consulting."
Infradapt is a leader in the move toward cloud-based services. The firm began offering business continuity and disaster recovery services to its public and regulated customers nearly five years ago. Since then, its offerings have expanded considerably to include cloud-based phone systems, contact center platforms, Software as a Service (SaaS), e-mail hosting and filtering, as well as other applications.
With operations in data centers located throughout the United States, Infradapt offers its customers a leading degree of redundancy and network resiliency. The firm has leveraged partnerships with multiple software, hardware, and carrier services firms including VMWare to build and implement its cloud services platform.