Cloud Infrastructure Services

A vital technology that allows your business to access data and applications from anywhere with just an internet connection. Use IaaS and SaaS to improve your businesses efficiency and producitvity. 


Cloud services allow you and your employees to access and use data, applications, and software over the internet, rather than having them stored locally on their computer or device. This provides flexibility and convenience, reduces costs, and improves security.

In the world of technology, the use of cloud computing has become increasingly popular. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of the most popular forms of cloud computing, and it provides customers with a virtualised environment that can be used to host and manage their applications and data. We provide an overview of IaaS, as well as its various deployment models, such as public, virtual private, private, and hybrid clouds. Additionally, we discuss Software as a Service (SaaS) and provide an overview of some of our popular SaaS offerings, such as Microsoft 365, Active Directory Domain, ownCloud, and Microsoft SharePoint.

 How your business benefits from our Cloud services

Cost savings

Our cloud services eliminate the need for your business to invest in expensive hardware and infrastructure, thus reducing your capital expenditure and improving efficiences.


Your business can scale up or down on the use of cloud services based on your needs, without having to worry about upgrading or replacing hardware.


We have advanced security and tracking measures in place, including data encryption and access controls, to protect your business’s sensitive data.

Disaster recovery

Our cloud services offer automated backup and recovery options, ensuring your business can recover from data loss or system failures quickly and easily.

Cloud Infrastructure Services

Public cloud

A cloud service offered to the general public. The cloud provider owns manages, and operates all computing resources located within the providers facilities, with available resources shared across all customers.

Virtual private cloud

A variation of public cloud wherein a segmented compartment of an otherwise public cloud infrastructure is dedicated to one customer.


The process of creating software (or virtual) representation of something rather than a physical one. Can apply to applications, servers, storage and networks.


Private cloud

Cloud infrastructure operated for a single organisation. The cloud can be managed by the organisation or a third party. This can be hosted on premise or at a third-party data centre.


Hybrid cloud

A cloud service that is a combination of two or more of the previously defined deployment models.

Remote Workspace with:

Microsoft 365

Get access to familiar Microsoft Office tools plus enterprise grade email, conferencing and IT services.

Work from virtually anywhere, access your email, files and folders.


Active Directory Domain

The cornerstone of every Windows network.

Stores information about members of the domain, including devices and users,
verifies their credentials and defines their access rights.



Sync and share your data, with ease

ownCloud is the most straightforward way to file sync and share data. You don’t need to worry about where or how to access your files. With ownCloud all your data is where ever you are; accessible on all devices, any time.


Microsoft SharePoint

Enterprise business collaboration platform.

Easily control costs and reduce risks associated with IT through SharePoint.


How we price our Cloud Services:

Our cloud services, such as IaaS and SaaS are priced differently which is dependent on the size of the product and the customer requirements.

We utilise the following pricing structures when quoting on cloud services:

Subscription-based: This model involves paying a fixed fee on a regular basis (e.g., monthly or annually) to use the cloud service.

Pay-as-you-go: This model involves paying for the cloud service based on usage, typically in terms of computing resources, storage, or data transfer.

Resource-based: This model involves paying for the cloud service based on the specific resources used, such as the number of virtual machines, storage capacity, or network bandwidth.

Hybrid model: This model combines elements of different pricing models to offer a more flexible pricing structure, such as a fixed fee for a set amount of resources, with additional pay-as-you-go fees for additional usage beyond that set amount.

In conclusion, cloud services are a vital technology that enables businesses to operate more efficiently and securely. By leveraging the power of the cloud, businesses can access data and applications from anywhere, scale up or down as needed, and reduce capital expenditure. Additionally, we have advanced security measures in place, ensuring that sensitive data is protected.

If you’re interested in learning more about how cloud services can benefit your business, take action today! Contact us to discuss which cloud solutions are right for you and start your journey towards a more streamlined, productive, and secure future with cloud services!

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Does your business need IT support, IT problems fixed, a quote or new IT strategy? It is all possible with SevenC. 

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