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Working in the cloud

Working in the cloud

Working in the cloud means that you use software or ICT infrastructure in an external data center at a price per unit or per user.  This way you avoid the costs of developing and maintaining your own software or purchasing your own licenses. Scalability and speed are major additional benefits. Do you want a new server? You can get it up and running in just a few minutes. With guarantees as regards availability, capacity and response time.

Your needs

The right choice

You can choose between different platforms depending on your professional activity and services:

  • Public cloud: public platform for your company and other companies
  • Private cloud: a platform to which only you have access
  • Hybrid cloud: a combination of the two models
Cloud, Work and share securely in the cloud

Solid partner

Proximus advises you on what you can and cannot put in the cloud. For example, a mail server is not linked to other applications and fits perfectly in the cloud. Your integrated ERP system on the other hand, generates too much traffic to and from your own data center. For this reason it is better not to put it in the cloud.

We help you choose the most suitable cloud option for your company: private or public, storage, back-up, web shop solutions or on-demand server capacity. Our data centers ensure your cloud is available 24/7 via a secure Internet connection. All contractual obligations are set out in clear SLAs. You manage your data and obtain access to status overviews via a secure portal.

Cloud, Work and share securely in the cloud

Customer stories

Kinepolis

Kinepolis uses our vContainer service to absorb peaks in movie ticket sales with dynamic capacity. (Ictnews)

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Keonys

Keonys

Keonys uses PC Backup Advanced to back up almost 2 terabytes of data from its employees' computers. (Ictnews)

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Pietercil

Pietercil

Pietercil built an efficent data center very quickly using our MatrixCube as a basis. (Ictnews)

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Edenred

Contact

Please contact your account manager for more information or click the Contact me button to fill in the form and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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Private customers, the self-employed, and small companies can contact their dedicated customer service.