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July 14, 2014

MyCloudIT Launches Cloud-Based IT Network for SMBs

MyCloudIT has launched the industry’s first cloud-based IT network for SMBs.

MyCloudIT includes several features, including Windows Network as a Service, that allows users to either use their own technical support, or select engineers and IT experts from MyCloudIT offering 24/7 support.

Users can access MyCloudIT across any device, including Mac, Windows machines, thin clients, tablets and smartphones.

The company is offering pay-as-you-go pricing with simple monthly subscription rates and elastic pricing.

MyCloudIT is helping businesses to achieve a predictable IT budget through this pricing model. Users can quickly add a virtual desktop as soon as new employees join the team.

Users leverage the MyCloudIT dashboard to spin up multiple virtual machines with pre-installed operating systems such as Windows 2008 R2.

MyCloudIT gives users the option of choosing from three types of connectivity, including site-to-site, point-to-site and ExpressRoute.

Finally, MyCloudIT IT network is reliable, keeping data secure in Microsoft (News - Alert) data centers with geo-redundant storage using geo-replication to enable failover and a high level of storage durability.

MyCloudIT is a product of the Dallas-based cloud software development company, ConexLink.

“MyCloudIT provides everything needed for an IT infrastructure, all within the cloud. Businesses can set up a robust Windows network in just a few minutes, and with a few more clicks add web-based desktops for employees that are accessible from any device,” said Pablo Marin, founder and CEO at ConexLink. “And with our subscription pricing, users experience a predictable IT budget without up-front capital investments.”

Soon businesses will move to cloud-based communication systems, as the FCC (News - Alert) intends to bring an end to traditional public phone network.

However, many businesses hesitate to adopt this technology as they have misconceptions related to cloud-based communications systems and its security.

Businesses should consider moving to cloud-based phone services as they are the solution of the future supported by FCC.  

Edited by Adam Brandt

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