Public vs. Private Clouds
NSE operates a hybrid cloud environment as a combination of public and private clouds to best suit customer needs. The public cloud model is typically used for our pay-per-user offerings such as hosted Email and PBX servers. Private Clouds are used to hold dedicated virtual servers running proprietary applications.
Maintaining a secure infrastructure is a concern for all companies. NSE places security at the core of the cloud service offering and works in partnership with clients to understand and mitigate risks. The balance of private and public cloud services is bespoke to each customer based on our detailed understanding of your requirements.
A key benefit of cloud services with NSE is a clear understanding of the cost model. Charges are per server or per user without the upfront capital expenditure of server purchase. There are no hidden or unexpected costs and, unlike in-house IT, no sudden stepped costs to scale your infrastructure.
Our cloud services are supported by expert NSE engineers. NSE invests heavily in these engineers, ensuring they are trained to the highest levels as regards our entire product range - enabling us to offer the most effective and reliable cloud services on the market. NSE is a Microsoft Certified Partner, Novell SUSE Linux Partner and EMC Velocity Partner.