Cloud Startup – Evolve IP

Cloud Startup – Evolve IP

Cloud Startup – Evolve IP

Migrate To From On-Premise to the Virtual Cloud via Evolve IP

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The difference between an on-premise and cloud arrangement is that the former has less redundancy than the latter. This means that the cloud spreads the geographical scope of data in a number of locales, to insure against theft or disaster in a central datacenter. This is indeed the premise of the Pennsylvanian startup, Evolve IP, whose base is in Wayne. There are three major functions of this cloud services-provider, ranging from personifying desktops online to keeping data in various locales on secure servers, not mentioning operating a fully functional call center.

Each deserves mention next:

It is often that electronic devices like computers tend to degrade over life, which might derail certain departments of an organization where they continue in use. This is where the Evolve IP’s virtual desktop comes in. It aids at easing the staff’s access to files in that the user can toggle the hardware to the IP desktop which has technical help, efficiency and backup.The Company’s Remote Desktop

The other characteristic of this virtual desktop relates to the economical aspect of Software as a Service (SaaS). Evolve IP mentions that this option brings down the expenditure of owning a machine at the office by at least 70 percent. This also inversely means extending the lifespan of the machinery.

The final advantage is that there is enhanced productivity, in that the desktop is available in any remote locale for staff members. The admin, on the other hand, can update this toggled interface from a central office. This reduces instances of cloud insecurity if there are any.

Remote Servers

The advantage of collocation that has no boundaries is that it brings down instances of data destruction in a single datacenter. For Evolve IP, there is the extra touch of security in that its cloud platform has ever won recognition in this particular.

Redundancy is another essential ingredient that helps to increase accessibility and minimize the risk of data loss due to its role of decentralization. Evolve IP boasts of nationwide distribution of datacenters, each contributing a part of the total client’s server storage space. Among this includes backup and appropriate applications that can increase compatibility or utility of data.

If going for a private cloud with features of the more complex public sphere, then this startup has a solution in its virtual server. This is the ‘built-in’ scalability capability of the servers. Clients can expand the storage space, at will, and incorporate relevant applications.

Call Center and Remote Economy

Evolve IP also extends a call center with a purpose of offering contemporaneous analytics for users. If there is any alteration in the private cloud or virtual desktop that the user would want to make at a given time, then the apparently efficient, fast and accurate call center is the best way to do this change. This is because it comes with remote agents who are always on the standby to facilitate any such change.

The economical side of the remote call center lies in having all features of a fully-fledged cloud technology for only what is worth: this means paying only for the exact use. One of these is a phone system that creates a user’s frequency within the cloud that has no congestion as opposed to a public line. In other words, one has the PBX and Internet Service Provider and the network service, all in a single place, with the management role falling on this startup.

Pricing

The company uses a mainly ‘predictable’ means of operation, implying that one can already foresee how much phone call or server costs will turn out each month. A helpful pricing tool is a TCO Calculator, which one can download from the site to foresee calling costs.

Therefore, Evolve IP has managed quite well in making desktop, server and voice communication technologies all virtual. What makes the company deserve a firm place in the string of top North America cloud startups is that it provides all features at an economical cost. Finally, there is a scalability option for the private cloud for clients who want to enjoy all features efficiently.

By John Omwamba

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