Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure
Xenex Systems deploy servers on Amazon Web Services – the world’s largest server host, with data centres all over the globe.  We also offer other options such as Microsoft Azure. Start a free assessment to identify where you are today and find out where technology can take you tomorrow.

How You Can Leverage Xenex Systems For Your Business

Services such as AWS or Microsoft Azure will give you access to enterprise grade hosting with a 99.99% SLA and the largest worldwide market share.
Moving from a capital expenditure model (CapEx) to an operational expenditure model (OpEx), will mean you save on expensive hardware and move to a model that doesn’t require constant upgrades.
As your processing requirements increase, additional resources can be added on demand at any scale, eliminating expensive hardware upgrades.
Utilising AWS and Azure’s worldwide infrastructure gives you access to massive scalable capacity in hardware, storage and internet redundancy with high capacity network bandwidth available between countries.
All data is fully accessible globally with the advantage of AWS and Azure’s high capacity Internet bandwidth capabilities. Your data is readily accessible, at high speeds, all the time, no matter your location.
Moving to the cloud provides you with up to date software, licenses and automatic updates. Rather than purchase expensive once-off licenses, the current software is included in the monthly OPEX costs. New users automatically receive up to date software which saves time on setup costs.
You’ll have access to our support for all IT services, including 3rd party vendors to save you the frustration of dealing with internet service providers, software vendors and other consultants. You can also leverage AWS and Azure engineers ensuring that your operating environment runs flawlessly.
Cloud computing services make sense from both a strategic and performance view. However, business clouds differ from personal virtual storage in several key ways. Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure are the most popular cloud computing platforms. When we are comparing and choosing the right service for you from each of these platforms, it’s important to consider the size and goals of your business, your expected growth rate and your budget.
By offering scalable cloud server resources on demand and paying only for usage, the days of worrying about increasing expensive onsite server resources and system health are a thing of the past. Monitoring the expensive onsite hardware health is time-consuming and hardware failures can take significant time to restore and recover, causing major network outages.
With improved internet connections becoming available, some businesses are adopting a complete cloud approach. However, a hybrid cloud option can be a better solution for other businesses, allowing the organisation to retain some onsite infrastructure. Services such as Microsoft Exchange can be migrated to the cloud on Office 365, providing enterprise email hosting while seamlessly integrating into onsite infrastructure.

Jumping On Board

The onboarding process does not have to be difficult or complex.
Step 1
Contact us and tell us about your business processes and requirements.
Step 2
If we’re a match, we’ll come out to your business to provide a no-cost audit.
Step 3
Full network infrastructure drawings and mappings are provided to you.
Step 4
We’ll make you a project and upgrade path recommendation proposals.
Step 5
Fixed cost or non-fixed cost support agreement options tailored to suit your business.

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