Cloud QSTRAT CLOUD SOLUTIONS
Get the Cloud Computing Advantage
Adapt to changing business conditions and drive innovation with a solution that matches your unique needs. QSTRAT Cloud Computing and Storage solutions allow you to move your IT network and infrastructure into the cloud. Our cloud services are housed in QSTRAT’s Canadian-based data centre facilities, permitting hybrid cloud / hardware solutions, ensuring a seamless transition of your valuable data.
Run QLM in a Virtual Environment
Cloud has gone from an industry buzzword to an essential business solution, with more than 1/3 of the data produced, living in, or passing through the cloud. Utilizing cloud technology allows for businesses to reduce operational costs, while increasing efficiency. As data volumes continue to increase, having the ability to manage and safely transmit that data is crucial.
Storing your data off-site and in a virtual cloud environment allows you to establish a business continuity plan – should your primary data ever get compromised. It also provides your employees with the ability to access company data anytime, anywhere. Since all data is transported and stored in Canada, your most valuable information is protected by strict privacy laws and will not fall subject to invasive International laws, such as the U.S. Patriot Act.
Having access to turn-key, scalable cloud computing services is becoming increasingly important, with more than 60% of businesses utilizing cloud for performing IT-related operations. Providing access to a variety of virtual tools, such as Infrastructure-as-a-Service or Software-as-a-Service, it’s expected that an increasing number of businesses will adopt the cloud. With a large suite and variety of cloud platforms available from QSTRAT, your business is able to customize a solution that’s right for you.
The Benefits of Going Canadian
The combination of reasonable costs for power and cold weather makes Canada a popular spot for Datacenters. For once, the cold Canadian winters have their advantages, as the frigid temperatures are used to mitigate the high costs of cooling data centre server infrastructure.
Datacenter facilities across Canada are able to reduce the cost of cooling by as much as 50% by circulating the cool air.