Cloud Computing Migration

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Cloud Computing Migration

Apexium has helped many customers to find their way through the cloud.  Most companies are transferring to the cloud slowly. We help our clients evaluate which application are cloud-set, and which may require re-improvement, or should still stay on premise.  We have also assisted many customer design and architect cloud base to support new or existing applications. Our solutions mitigate risk, maximize performance and invoke robust, repeatable processes leading to future business growth.

Many companies prefer email as one of the first workloads to move to the cloud.  With Microsoft’s Office 365 service, moving from an on-premise Exchange email setting to one in the cloud is becoming usual.  Apexium can guide you through the migration method – from email account migration to authentication in Azure, guaranteeing a smooth cutover, to warranting that your IT staff has the knowledge to apply the solution, Apexium has facilitated numerous Office 365 migrations for our client.  We have experience across all types of industries be it private and commercial industries. We can make your way to the cloud a smooth one.

With Apexium, you can get moving in the cloud within a matter of minutes, not months or years. We leverage advantage technology to decouple VMs from their storage, providing you complete control to move applications or workloads to and from the cloud as desired, with no changes to applications, images, or storage.

What Are My Cloud Computing Options?

The cloud is a very attractive option for businesses these days. Many are migrating their email, applications, phone systems, or even their entire IT infrastructure to a cloud platform, giving them a level of scalability and mobility that they’ve never experienced before.

Popular cloud services these days include Office 365, hosted business applications such as ERP systems, accounting software and email.

It’s working really well for some companies to put their entire infrastructure in the cloud; however, most companies are still relying on a hybrid setup where some pieces are in the cloud and some are on-premise.

Deciding which of your company’s IT components belong in the cloud depends entirely on how your company operates and what results you’re hoping to gain.

The cloud isn’t right for every business, so before someone recommends that you transition to the cloud, they should ask a lot of questions to understand how your business operates and what you’re hoping to accomplish.

The goal is to make sure the cloud can actually help you achieve your business objectives!

Professional Cloud Services

Nevertheless, of your project size, we have cloud migration services that can help you. Whether you’re transferring your entire data center to the cloud or you need help with a small workload move, we have the experience and skills to ensure success.

Cloud Management and Automation

Apexium Cloud Management and Automation solutions make the cloud available to any organization, notwithstanding of staffing level or cloud knowledge. We’ve made complex cloud solutions easy to work through a “single pane of glass” style interface with simplified management, monitoring, and automation instruments.

Our Cloud Automation solutions include:

Self-Provisioning: Providing self-service and branch-specific provisioning, to enable everyone in the company to benefit from the cloud, not just the specialists. With chargeback capabilities, departments can efficiently track cloud costs.

 Self-Healing: The ability to identify non-compliant resources, quarantine and heal them back into compliance immediately.

 Automated Cost Decrease: We can identify and automatically resize, stop, or terminate underutilized sources.


Our Cloud Management solutions include:


Security Confidence: Easily track and manage firewall rules, users, packages, keys and other critical aspects of infrastructure protection.

    Clarified Cloud Management: Single, in-depth pane of glass within sources across clouds and cloud accounts with standardized life cycle commands.

Combined Cost Tracking: Giving insight into the cost of your cloud resources.

Some companies are concerned with cloud “lock-in,” or the difficulties that occur when attempting to move from one cloud provider to another. Our solutions avoid cloud lock-in notwithstanding of which of the clouds (private or public) you use now or may use years down the road.

Why wait? Talk to our IT consultant today!

For an uncensored look at whether or not cloud computing could work for your business, request a free cloud readiness consultation. We’ll give you all of the facts and help you come up with a strategic plan, whether you choose to do business with us or not.

We’re happy to share our expertise with you, whether or not you decide to work with us or not.