Servers can be expensive. Not only do they consume electricity directly, 24/7 365 days a year, steadily racking up bills, they also produce a lot of excess heat and require constant air conditioning - adding even more to your energy bills. Then you have to factor in ongoing maintenance and management of your server estate, the in-house expertise you need to hire to look after them, and the capital expenditure required for physically expanding your infrastructure should you need to scale-up your server capacity.
For organisations that have completed their process of cloud adoption, Kyocera's managed cloud solutions have lots to offer, providing you the expertise you need to fully realise the potential of cloud technology.
Reduce your on-premises server estate, saving you money on your energy bills and freeing up floor space.
Reduce the burden on your IT teams of maintaining server hardware and software.
Benefit from cutting-edge technology, security and redundancy provided by industry leaders like Microsoft and HPE.
Reduce single points of failure by giving workers access to their tools and files via any internet connection.
Only pay for what you use, with no requirement to make large up-front investments in physical infrastructure.
Scale up or down quickly and easily in response to fluctuating demand.
Reduce the carbon footprint of your organisation by cutting your energy consumption.
Speed up the adoption of new technologies and processes via your access to a vast and dynamic cloud infrastructure.
When you move your data to the cloud, you are moving the energy consumption, and associated carbon emissions, elsewhere. However, that doesn't mean moving to the cloud isn't beneficial for the environment.
That's because the market-leaders that Kyocera have partnered with, like Microsoft with their Azure public cloud platform, have invested heavily in sustainability measures. This means using their datacentres is significantly less carbon-intensive than running your own on-premises servers to achieve the same results.
Download a copy of the brochure and discover more about Kyocera Managed Public Cloud.
Get in touch with us and we can arrange a free discovery session with you to discuss your businesses needs, circumstances and challenges, and how a managed public cloud solution could help. We can also offer private cloud services and hybrid cloud services. Whatever the outcome of the session, as a thank you for your time, we'll plant a tree on your behalf via our partnership with PrintReleaf.