Cloud Services

  • Hosting and design
  • Software as a Service ( SAAS )
    incl. Office 365
  • Backup solutions
  • Server hosting

What if there were a way to eliminate the cost and hassle of office network upgrades forever?

Because your hardware, software, servers and applications are hosted in the cloud, you’ll be able to free up office space, save money, eliminate storage and cooling costs, upgrade your IT on the fly and say goodbye to exasperating technology management for good.

Together with our preferred partners, CIT can offer a service that is tailored to the client’s needs with solutions such as Virtual Servers, Rack Hosting, Virtual Desktops and Tower Hosting. The emergence of the phenomenon commonly known as cloud computing represents a fundamental change in the way information technology (IT) services are invented, developed, deployed, scaled, updated, maintained and paid for.

CIT believes that the age of proprietary information systems is coming to an end, and the age of shared services is dawning. Analogous to an electrical grid, the service grid provides a set of shared utilities – from security to third-party auditing to billing and payment – that makes it possible to carry out mission-critical business functions and transactions over the internet.

At CIT we believe these are the benefits of cloud technology:

The resources can be purchased with operational funds, rather than as a capital expenditure.

Many IT departments face a long approval process for capital funding, in addition to the wait for equipment delivery and installation. Cloud computing allows them to bring capacity online within a day and to do so using their operational budgets.

Cloud computing is dynamically scalable. Businesses can draw as much computing power as is necessary on an hourly basis.

As demand from internal users or external customers grows and shrinks, the necessary computer, storage and network capacity can be added or subtracted on an hourly basis

The equipment does not reside in the company facility.

It does not require upgrades to the electrical system, the allocation of floor space, modifications to the air conditioning, or expanding the IT staff.

There are competing providers for this service. If the first cloud provider does not deliver acceptable performance,

a company can always shift its business to another company offering better service or lower prices.