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Cloud server recommendations

Can anyone recommend a cloud server to use from experience?

I have 3 remote employees and need to use a cloud software ideally now as the business is growing, so looking for other users experiences

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29th Nov 2018 09:47

We use a company called Key computers - find them good and the server is much faster than our previous provider.

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29th Nov 2018 12:09

Amazon?

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29th Nov 2018 12:17

I have used AWS who do of course have data centres in different global locations, might be useful if you have large files you need to access quickly in varying locations. If you need to store video material, wether that's pre-recorded or meetings you are probably better of using either the dedicated service e.g. Vimeo or Zoom repectively.

I signed up for Office 365 Business Premium for several reasons not least of which was One Drive and Sharepoint. The problem is that configuaration and usage are not straight forward Sharepoint and One Drive being stored seperate.

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29th Nov 2018 12:17

I have used AWS who do of course have data centres in different global locations, might be useful if you have large files you need to access quickly in varying locations. If you need to store video material, wether that's pre-recorded or meetings you are probably better of using either the dedicated service e.g. Vimeo or Zoom repectively.

I signed up for Office 365 Business Premium for several reasons not least of which was One Drive and Sharepoint. The problem is that configuaration and usage are not straight forward Sharepoint and One Drive being stored seperate.

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29th Nov 2018 12:17

I have used AWS who do of course have data centres in different global locations, might be useful if you have large files you need to access quickly in varying locations. If you need to store video material, wether that's pre-recorded or meetings you are probably better of using either the dedicated service e.g. Vimeo or Zoom repectively.

I signed up for Office 365 Business Premium for several reasons not least of which was One Drive and Sharepoint. The problem is that configuaration and usage are not straight forward Sharepoint and One Drive being stored seperate.

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01st Dec 2018 22:42

Moving to a cloud server needs a bit of planning in terms of required storage, applications and how to securely access the service. There are lots of examples of ransomware now where cloud servers are not being setup correctly. You could use AWS or Azure or any other third party host. I would think you'll need help setting it all up.

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