iServer Cloud Capability
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Enjoy a zero-footprint deployment with the iServer Cloud solution
With cloud deployment, you get all the benefits of using iServer for your enterprise transformation without the need for infrastructure changes or setup. iServer is hosted and managed by us and securely accessed through a web browser.
Hosted in Microsoft Azure and leveraging their infrastructure technology, iServer Cloud focuses on high reliability, excellent performance and providing a cost effective solution.
A zero footprint deployment with no need for internal resources or infrastructure setup, freeing up resources and budget. The service is supported and maintained by Orbus Software, with updates and security patches included. All you need to do is focus on what you put into iServer.
Cost Flexibility and Savings
A subscription license model is available which is OPEX budget aligned, opposed to the yearly price for an on premise installation. This provides flexible costing options for using iServer and can offer a lower total cost of ownershipe.
Leveraging Microsoft Azure's hosting capabilities, the hosted solution benefits from Azure's excellent security, privacy and compliance standards. Intelligent controls and analytics provide transparency, privacy and easy control over your solution.
Reliability and Scalability
With Azure providing a 99.9% uptime you can guarantee iServer will be available when you need it. Disaster recovery and backups are included in the cost, with the ability to scale up your service with ease at any point.
Seeing is believing
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What our Customers are saying
All our goals are reachable with iServer, but the platform dependencies is a small pain
For preparations, we got a clear list of requirements. Orbus send us a consultant for implementation and configuration, which was experienced in what she was doing, and if we asked for some more difficult things there was a network behind which could answer fast all questions.
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