TLC Solutions offers a variety of cloud services, from hosted Microsoft Exchange email, SharePoint and SKYPE FOR BUSINESS to hosted online backups for physical or virtual environments.
Office 365 delivers everything you need to ensure business productivity. Based in the Cloud, you can access it whenever and wherever necessary. However, it’s complex and can be hard get the most from it. Let us help you set it up and increase the efficiency of your business processes.
Hybrid is a cloud-computing domain that uses a combination of on-premises, private and public cloud services, with a balanced arrangement between the two platforms.
You can create your private cloud and expand your connectivity options with TLC Solutions, all within a secure environment.
DaaS provides a convenient solution that brings you ease of administration, flexibility and cost savings. Based on Microsoft's Remote Desktop Services and running Windows Server platform, our own cloud service can host the back-end of your organization’s virtual desktops and can also be used for thin application delivery via Microsoft RemoteApp. As your cloud service provider, we have our own data centres to host your application delivery solutions.
SaaS is a software delivery and distribution model that allows your staff to access applications from any device through a network, typically over a web browser. It is hosted by a vendor or service provider and available through subscription.
A certified Microsoft Partner, TLC Solutions can provide implementation, support and maintenance services for a host of Microsoft business solutions.
TLC’s hosted phone solutions are very reliable, and enable you to optimize your communications with voice, fax, call handling and mobile app capability. With this cloud-based phone system, your offices and teams can be connected across multiple devices, saving you money and time.
Once a futuristic technology, cloud computing is now a commercially viable alternative for companies in search of a cost-effective storage and server solutions.
Cloud computing involves assessing your business needs and has four major advantages: scalability, simplicity, efficiency, and accountability.