Private cloud offers users the same agility, scalability and efficiency of the public cloud but with greater levels of control and the security of a dedicated single-tenant environment. A private cloud solution is most typically suited to addressing compliance regulations and running mission-critical or high-performance business applications. Our specialists can custom-build cloud infrastructure for your business or you can lease and customise our private cloud - the choice is yours.
Less hardware and software means a reduction in capital and operational costs, including warranties and update fees.
Cloud computing is easy to scale up and down, and you only pay as you use it.
Employees can share documents and other files easily and securely to support internal and external collaboration.
There are no data sovereignty issues with private cloud, confidently transfer, store and use sensitive data and mission-critical apps in a location of your choice.
Choose your level of service, whether it be self-managed or managed by us, you can configure your solution exactly as you need to.
By only using the resources you need, your carbon footprint is reduced.
We can ensure you’re meeting all regulatory and client compliance requirements.
A dedicated private cloud, accessed only by you, will meet the demands of unpredictable and heavy usage while delivering speed, reliability and flexibility.
“We highly recommend The Missing Link for any businesses looking at implementing a cloud infrastructure. The company as a whole is extremely organised, reliable and consistently delivers exceptional service. There are many cloud service providers in the market - however, what I believe sets The Missing Link apart is that they tailor their services specifically to meet the clients' requirements and then hold themselves accountable for ensuring it meets their needs. This is what they have done for us.”
Head of Superannuation, Diversa
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