At Tectonic, our aim is to enable you to concentrate on your business operations while we handle the intricacies of technology. Our team oversees all technology assets and evaluates your IT systems to ensure your employees have the necessary equipment to support their work. We work diligently in the background to maintain the seamless functioning of your business, encompassing tasks such as consistent backups, 24/7 server monitoring, event logging, and more. Cloud Based Managed Services.

Managed Cloud

Cloud managed services, or managed cloud, refer to applications, services, or ecosystems in the cloud managed by a third-party organization. These services include IT tasks like engineering on demand, operations management, 24/7 help desk support, hosting, and implementation.

Cloud-based service involves the organized administration of cloud computing products and services. It encompasses processes, strategies, policies, and technology used to control and maintain public and private clouds, hybrid clouds, or multicloud environments.

Cloud infrastructure managed services involve companies like Microsoft, AWS, HubSpot, IBM, and Google Cloud. This allows businesses to receive personalized tech support from specialists in specific software providers.

Examples of cloud-based services include file storage and backup, web-based email, and project management tools. SaaS cloud service providers include Dropbox, G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, and Slack.

While cloud service providers are cost-effective, they lack the robustness of fully managed IT services. With Tectonic, managed cloud services provide scalable solutions, offering benefits like consistent backups, disaster recovery, and flexibility to adapt to changing business requirements without downtime.

Managed services differ from SaaS as they go beyond software provision, often handling networking and hardware requirements. Managed cloud services offer hybrid IT and cloud administration, with providers offering unique values in areas like migration, optimization, security, and configuration.

Advantages of Managed Cloud Service Providers (MCSPs) include resource optimization, cloud service integration, and predictable spending. However, potential drawbacks include high costs, optimization impacting performance, and security risks due to multi-tenancy.

Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, cloud adoption has surged, with companies embracing remote work models. Businesses increasingly partner with cloud managed service providers to optimize IT infrastructure, address regulatory compliance, and ensure security in the cloud environment.

Local servers, physically located on-premises or in private data centers, are not considered cloud services. They host applications, websites, or services within a specific organization’s infrastructure.

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