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Managed Cloud Services

Manage, Optimize and Enhance Cloud Efficiency. Increasing cloud adoption across industries is offering a due boost to the Cloud Service Providers

Why CFBTEL Cloud Managed Services?

CFBTEL Managed Cloud Solutions provide our customers with a flexible, secure, cost-effective, and unified cloud experience.
Our award-winning services offer businesses unmatched assurance, dependability, and resiliency that's required to thrive in today's changing IT landscape.
Depending on your IT needs, cloud MSPs can also handle monitoring and reporting, performance testing, backup and recovery, and more.
With fixed monthly pricing, hiring a cloud managed services provider is often less expensive than an in-house team.

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Benefits of CFBTEL Cloud Managed Services Providers

Future-Proofed Technology

Migrating to a cloud environment is the first step in future-proofing your data center. Next, you’ll need make the latest technology and services available to your business.

Custom and Integrated Service

Cloud managed service providers are flexible. Some providers offer pay-per-service or payment plans, enabling your business to focus funds on growth.

Robust Infrastructure

Managed service providers can also integrate existing business practices and policies to manage your network to coincide with your organizational goals.

Coverage on All Service Levels

Cloud service providers offer better control over service levels, performance and maintenance. With a comprehensive service-level agreement, your business gains service continuity.

Fast Response Times

As a certified Microsoft consulting partner and Microsoft Cloud Partner, CFBTEL IT understands the technical questions to ask when communicating issues with cloud vendors including Microsoft, Amazon and Google.


Cloud MSPs are at the forefront when dealing with cloud vendors in case of any critical issues. We take responsibility for problem resolution and make recommendations on ways to control costs and automate critical processes.


Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the practice of delivering a full compute stack — including servers, storage, networking and operating software — as an abstract, virtualized construct.
Like other service-based offerings (Software as a Service, Platform as a Service), IaaS allows users to consume only what they need while offloading complex and expensive management tasks to their provider.


Platform as a Service (PaaS)

In the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) model, developers essentially rent everything they need to build an application, relying on a cloud provider for development tools, infrastructure, and operating systems.
This is one of the three service models of cloud computing. PaaS vastly simplifies web application development; from the developer's perspective, all backend management takes place behind the scenes. Although PaaS has some similarities with server less computing, there are many critical differences between them.

Software as a Service (SaaS)

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a software licensing model in which access to the software is provided on a subscription basis, with the software being located on external servers rather than on servers located in-house. Software-as-a-Service is typically accessed through a web browser, with users logging into the system using a username and password. Instead of each user having to install the software on their computer, the user is able to access the program via the internet.

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