A cloud-based infrastructure allows you and your employees to share, edit, and publish documents in a unified system, improve communication, e-mail, increase marketing abilities, and enhance your day-to-day business processes.
Getting information to and from the cloud has never been easier or more affordable. Because these services are hosted by Thalleon, you’ll never have to worry about management, maintenance, or equipment that keeps them running smoothly.
Cloud-based infrastructure scales with your business, can be easily customized for your specific business needs, and is cost-effective. Better yet, using a cloud-based infrastructure means that even if disaster strikes, you can still access critical files from anywhere.
Thalleon helps protect your business by implementing a business continuity strategy that puts the necessary plan and technology in place to reduce downtime in the event a disaster strikes.
Cloud is acknowledged as the computing architecture of the future. In just four years, techies are predicting most of businesses computing will live in the cloud. Thalleon can help you make the transition.
The “cloud” is more than a buzzword in marketing and IT support circles. It’s a valuable hub of shared internet tools for the business world. Thalleon can help you best of what cloud based collaboration can offer.
One of the most important benefits that the cloud offers is increased collaboration. Collaboration has changed entirely as a result of the prevalence of the cloud and, as the cloud continues to shift, change and improve, business communications and collaborations will as well.
Maintenance breakdowns in manufacturing costs time, work hours, and resources. Thalleon can help reduce those unexpected, and unnecessary losses.
An important feature for most businesses is the type of security offered. Many Cloud storage providers invest millions in safeguarding their hardware, software, in-transit data, and stored data from intrusion by bad actors/hackers. Thalleon can assist in tuning the security features of your cloud instance.