Now that your applications and data have moved to the cloud, what’s next? While your responsibilities for owning software licenses and server hardware have been reduced, if not eliminated, some administration tasks remain the same, and new ones will arise. In particular:
- Access to the Internet is paramount along with the quality of that access.
- The endpoint is where productivity and security happens. Each laptop, desktop, Mac, smartphone, and tablets used by your employees need to be managed.
- Subscription, also known as consumption, based billing for the cloud services you use can grow unchecked if you don’t have the tools to manage these.
- Support for a critical business application, like email, will at times depend on access to the cloud vendor. In this case Microsoft.
This is what Systems Engineering does, and for us, the migration to the cloud is just the first step. Along the way, we work with you to ensure you have cost-effective and redundant Internet access to mitigate downtime. Our services focus on managing and securing the endpoint no matter where it is. We can block devices from connecting to your cloud if it is not compliant with your security policies. As Systems Engineering made a commitment to the cloud early on, we have the tools and skills to keep your consumption costs in check along with elevated access to support with partners such as Microsoft in which Systems Engineering is a managed partner.