Azure is the name for a huge collection of Microsoft cloud services.
Plenty of IT systems have now passed the tipping-point where it now makes more sense to run them in Azure, rather than have them on-premise.
Common examples include:
- Azure AD (sign-on and identity management)
- Server for running business applications
- Backup systems
Microsoft Azure enables you to keep your competitive edge without increasing your IT budget. It provides a flexible platform to host your business processes, allowing you to instantly bring services online and scale them. It can be cheaper overall, paying only for what you need and use, rather than for what you don't with a traditional hardware purchase, meaning you can free up your budget for other business needs.
An on-premises infrastructure model can be expensive and unpredictable; moving towards a reliable cloud model with a dependable operational payment structure can mark considerable cost savings. Reduce the probability of on-premises systems failure by utilising an Azure cloud solution. Let Microsoft take care of the data centre.
With Microsoft Azure you only pay for exactly what you use. It's highly adaptable and scalable to your needs, allowing you to increase, space, memory or computing power at the click of a button from a simple-to-use interface.
Storing your data in the cloud with Azure means it's stored within a Microsoft datacentre, which are protected by leading edge in security and data encryption technologies and personnel. Microsoft was the first cloud provider to adopt ISO 27018, the cloud privacy standard.
Get More Done With Microsoft Azure Services
Azure Ready-to-run infrastructure
Microsoft Azure enables you to quickly and securely provision Virtual Machines (VMs), allowing you to respond to growth and business needs, without maintaining on-premises hardware.
Azure Secure Cloud Backup
Ensure your data is secure and easily retrievable with Microsoft Azure cloud backups. It's simple, secure and cost-effective solution.
Azure Database Development
Leverage the power of Microsoft SQL Server in the cloud. Easy to manage and maintain with a Microsoft near-zero maintenance, backup and recovery SLA.
Azure Active Directory Identity Management
Enable secure access to on-premises and cloud applications and services with a comprehensive identity and access management cloud solution.
Centralised Virtual Networks
Allow collaboration across your organisations offices and regional branches with a single virtual cloud network.
Azure Disaster Recovery (DR)
Eliminate or reduce site downtime with simple, automated protection and disaster recovery in Azure cloud.
Why Nexus for Microsoft Azure Services?
As a Microsoft Cloud Services provider and partner, we have extensive experience in helping organisations with cloud solutions and managing customer cloud environments. Our cloud team has expert knowledge managing the end-to-end customer lifecycle for all Microsoft Azure Cloud Services.