Cloud Computing

IT engineer looking at server cabinet

What We Do

Upgrade Your Business With
Cloud Computing Solutions

Cloud computing refers to computing which is taking place away from your premises “in the cloud”. In reality, when you are using cloud services you are using computing power or storage on a physical computer in a different location. This computer is often in a cloud services provider’s data centre and is then being accessed by the user over an internet connection. Some businesses may set up their own data centres if this is economically viable to them.

Renting cloud computing power or storage from a third-party provider allows you to scale your computing power or storage easily as there is no need to purchase additional hardware. You can simply increase the amount of computing power or storage space you are utilising for an incremental increase in monthly fees to the cloud provider.

We supply cloud IT services in Sussex, Brighton, and London.

Cloud Computing For You

Types of Cloud Computing Services

Public cloud refers to renting space from a cloud services provider (such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS or Google Cloud), rather than in your own data centre. In public clouds, your business is sharing space in a data centre with other users, although your data and hosted infrastructure is kept partitioned from other users’ data.

In a private cloud, a business may construct its own data centre and host their own data or infrastructure. This solution suits many large multinational businesses who wish to have a shared cloud infrastructure and storage environment which can be accessed securely from any of their premises.

A hybrid cloud service incorporates elements of both. For regulatory reasons, some businesses are unable to store certain data on shared infrastructure so they may choose a private cloud for their data, while using a public cloud for their infrastructure. It is up to each business to determine the cloud environment which best suits them.

Our Services

Upgrade Your Business With
Effective Cloud Computing Solutions

The Benefits

Why Move To
Cloud Computing?

Companies spend large amounts of time and money developing and installing software to run their businesses, so it makes sense to keep it safe and accessible.

Cloud computing provides a simple solution. It’s cost-effective and keeps technology fluid and flexible, adapting to the business needs as they change and scale.

Flexible and Scalable

There’s no need to install expensive and time-consuming systems of your own when you can use the flexibility and scalability of Carden IT’s cloud services. You can fit the technology to suit your needs, whether you want your employees to work from any location or suddenly need to cope with unexpected growth. Rather than buying and maintaining extra resource for reserve, it’s easier to scale up cloud computing services when you need them.

Disaster and Security Protection

Disaster Recovery is one of the benefits of cloud computing. As long as your team has internet connection, your data is always available, even if your premises are inaccessible.  Cloud computing platforms like Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services are some of the most secure systems in the world, with multiple layers of cloud security and data storage backups in data centres around the world.

Need More Information?

Frequently Asked Questions

What are cloud computing services?

Cloud computing services are services provided by a third party such as Carden for the management, upkeep, and configuration of public, private, or cloud services. While cloud services are easier to use than ever before, they are not fool-proof and still require a reasonable level of IT and networking skills to use securely and efficiently.

What is included in managed cloud services?

Managed cloud services from a managed IT provider can include planning which parts of your infrastructure would be worthwhile migrating to the cloud, planning and carrying out that migration securely and with as little downtime as possible, setting up your cloud services in a logical and secure configuration, setting access controls, and providing ongoing troubleshooting and covering gaps not already provided by the cloud services provider’s support team.