What Cloud is Right for Me?
With years of experience implementing Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions, CyberlinkASP has mastered providing the Dynamics cloud experience for our clients.
We offer each client a unique timing requirement for transition. For urgent needs, our team can deliver a go-live date within 24 hours. Even detailed deployments with heavy compliance requirements can usually be achieved in under 90 days.
A dedicated cloud environment provides the best fit for most companies needing to host advanced accounting solutions like Microsoft Dynamics ERP, and for all organizations with compliance requirements. Private cloud hosting delivers greater security and power than public or shared clouds.
Private cloud environments remain the best investments for performance, compliance, and flexibility.
With a private cloud environment, applications are managed by your provider. Updates, upgrades, and fixes are included in the subscription pricing. This translates to higher levels of uptime, security, and compliance documentation than public or shared cloud options provide.
A multi-tenant private cloud environment can be a good fit for mid-size companies needing to host advanced accounting solutions like Microsoft Dynamics ERP. Shared hosting delivers greater security and power than a public cloud. Because it exists in multiple locations across different tenant organizations, however, a shared cloud might not be ideal for companies with detailed compliance requirements.
Shared private cloud environments offer cost savings over dedicated environments, but tend to be more expensive than public clouds like Microsoft Azure. It’s important to understand all your compliance and growth requirements before committing to a shared environment.
With a multi-tenant cloud, applications are managed by your provider. Updates, upgrades, and fixes are included in the subscription pricing. This translates to higher levels of uptime, security, and compliance documentation than public cloud options provide.
A public cloud infrastructure like Microsoft Azure Cloud comes in at lower asking prices than private hosting environments, which provide greater security, more guaranteed up-time, and full support for compliance. While public cloud offerings offer competitive pricing, they generally don’t include deployment, set-up, and maintenance for applications like Microsoft Dynamics ERP. Microsoft Azure is only infrastructure; application maintenance becomes the responsibility of the end user.
Public cloud platforms like Azure help you gain mobility and scalability for critical business applications within a stable Microsoft Infrastructure. You can access cost-effective infrastructure on-demand using Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks. Depending on your organization’s needs, you can choose between perpetual or subscription licensing. This arrangement can make compliance requirements harder to satisfy. When properly leveraged, however, Azure delivers high availability in rock-solid Microsoft servers.
This solution is best suited to small and mid-size businesses with relatively simple financial structures and minimal compliance issues. It’s also a great solution for less critical data and applications, such as Office 365.