Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offers essential computer, storage, and networking resources on demand. IaaS allows you to have the benefits of private cloud infrastructure but with the autonomy over your system.
Quo Group will manage your cloud infrastructure, providing the underlying operating systems, security, networking, and servers, while you purchase, install, configure, and manage your own applications, software, and operating systems.
This gives you control over the management of the technical maintenance including software patches, upgrades and troubleshooting. You can also determine the levels of support provided by Quo Group, accessing technicians for the areas you choose. IaaS can allow for a highly dynamic and flexible environment.
Network as a Service (NaaS)
Network as a Service (Naas) is a service model that enables you to directly gain access to network infrastructure and is based on a pay-as-you-use model.
NaaS allows you to run your own networks without the hassle of maintenance on your own networking infrastructure. Quo Group can provide flexible and extended Virtual Private Network (VPN), high speed networks, bandwidth on demand, custom routing, multicast protocols, security firewall, intrusions detection and prevention, Wide Area Network (WAN), content monitoring and filtering. We work with a partner carrier company to provide telecommunication links to areas that aren’t easily accessible providing a network that outperforms fibre technology.
NaaS is a scalable service that allows you to easily increase or decrease your requirements to meet business demand without the need for inhouse expertise.
Custom Systems Integration
Quo Group designs customised solutions that can easily integrate multiple IT systems. Having multiple IT systems that don’t have the ability to share data or work together can impact the efficiency of your business’ entire workflow.
Systems integration joins software and hardware modules into one cohesive infrastructure, enabling all components to work as a whole. An integrated infrastructure eliminates the complexities of different business processes and applications creating a user friendly, unified system.