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Cloud Services NYC

Email, Voice, Apps, Files...

Almost every service provided now is cloud based. The difference is who is providing and keeping your data safe, secure and maximize uptime. Nexus has partnered with top vendors to deliver a rock solid solution to keep your business connected 99.99% 


Server management that’s totally dedicated and fully loaded.

Hosting that is totally dedicated and fully loaded. In addition to the unrivaled control of your azure panel, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of impressive features and benefits.

Microsoft Azure

Cloud Services help organizations grow with greater efficiency and can be more responsive to change. Azure, AWS and their flexible cloud platforms enable you to quickly build, deploy and manage applications across a global network of managed data centers.

You can build applications using any language, tool, or framework, and you can integrate your public cloud applications with your existing IT environment. With AWS and Azure cloud service, you can be up and running fast, scale up or down as needed, and avoid high capital costs—paying only for what you use. The cloud service offers the flexibility and scalability needed to meet your business requirements efficiently.

  • Software as a Service (Saas)
    The SaaS model offers a variety of services such as file storage, backup data system, web-based email, and project management tools.
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the basic foundation of cloud infrastructure and involves the offer of virtual and physical IT infrastructure and networking features to customers.

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Applications, Desktops, Files

Host your desktops, files and virtually any app with us and access it on the go via desktop, mobile devices.

Email + Archiving

Utilize Office 365 or Nexus One Email hosting platform.
Fast secure with rich features.

Voice Services

Enterprise class telephony system with premium devices and smartphone app.
Rich features and call center add ons.

Migration to the Cloud

Decided on moving to the cloud? Let is assist with this task. We make sure the process is seamless.

What is Cloud Computing?

There are four main types of cloud computing: private clouds, public clouds, hybrid clouds, and multiclouds. There are also three main types of cloud computing services: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platforms-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

Choosing a cloud type or cloud service is a unique decision. No two clouds are the same (even if they’re the same type), and no two cloud services are used to solve the same problem. But by understanding the similarities, you can be more informed about how the caveats of each cloud computing type and cloud service might impact your business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Clouds can be public or private, though public clouds are more commonly associated with cloud computing. Public cloud platforms, such as AWS and Microsoft Azure, pool resources in data centers often distributed around the globe, and users access them via the internet. Resources are provided to customers through metered services, and the cloud vendor is responsible for varying degrees of back-end maintenance.

Private clouds are walled-off environments hosted in a corporate data center or a colocation facility. They lack the massive scale of public clouds. But they do have some elasticity, and a company’s developers and administrators can still use self-service portals to access resources. In theory, private clouds provide greater control and security, though it’s up to a company’s IT team to ensure that happens.

Virtually any workload can move to the cloud, but not all of them should. Large, monolithic applications that run constantly, with relatively consistent and predictable loads, are often more cost-effective on premises. Also, highly regulated enterprises tend to keep applications and sensitive data in their private data centers due to governance and data security concerns.

An organization can move an application as-is to the cloud, but that’s typically not the best option. Use a cloud migration to reevaluate your IT architecture and identify greater efficiencies. An application can be broken into microservices to take advantage of the service-based approach of IaaS. Alternatively, a move to PaaS or SaaS can offload undifferentiated heavy lifting.

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