Cloud and Managed Services


The path to unprecedented growth goes through the cloud, helping your customers connect people, data, and processes in new ways to embrace the possibilities enabled by modern technologies. To succeed in a digital-first world, business leaders are bringing business and IT closer together and optimizing processes to create new value for customers.

We have the experience of taking businesses into the cloud as they make the right decision of expanding and business processes more faster, reliable and efficient. We know and understand what it takes to make your business successful. We will direct you to understand your objectives and recommend the right solutions. We also help you develop a road map to get to the cloud and also provide expert services to integrate and manage your solution.

Cloud Networks

We want to help you accelerate innovation, reduce cost and complexity, and enhance security and benefits from mobility. If you need to optimize for access to cloud applications, a mobile workforce, Internet of Things (IoT), or all three together, our solutions are designed for your needs. And they scale from the smallest to largest deployments. Check out the solutions below to find those best suited for all enterprise demands.

Cloud Security

Your users connect from many locations and devices. They no longer need the VPN to get work done — they use cloud services. What if you had a fast, easy way to protect users anywhere they access the internet? Threats continue to increase in sophistication but attackers often reuse the same infrastructure in multiple attacks — leaving cyber fingerprints. What if you could use those fingerprints to uncover attacks before they launch?
As the best option to Secure your business's Internet Gateway in the cloud, GITS provides the best solutions that gives first line defense against threats on the internet.


We provide your business with a solution that enhance productivity of individuals in a group or team within an organization in order to achieve a particular goal. With this kind of solution, users can coordinate tasks and create individual workspace then have work-flows and data added to it.

The primary user who created the workspace can allow others to access, view and make changes, and whatever modifications are made on data and files are synced across all users. This ensures that everyone involved is on the “same page” and has the latest version of the current project.

Cloud Infrastructure & Data Center Management

We provide your business with the infrastructure and security of a dedicated data center without the costs of maintaining such a facility on your own. By housing your servers in a colocation facility, you enjoy the benefits of having your servers in the cloud while still maintaining physical control of your systems.

Our Best Cloud Solutions

  • Microsoft Azure
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Microsoft 365
  • Cisco Umbrella Cloud
  • Cisco Meraki Cloud
  • Cisco WebEx
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS)

1. How do I develop a cloud strategy?

Developing a cloud strategy begins with outlining your technical & business objectives. Understand what the drivers are for your company to shift to the cloud and what solutions these drivers require. Your cloud strategy may be to start small and gradually, or your business may be in a position to dive right in. Once you identify your needs, you can better understand if your cloud strategy should include public, private or hybrid cloud solutions. Get a laid out road-map and timeline to execute and implement your shift to the cloud.

2. What do I need to do to prepare for the cloud?

Many companies do not take the time to consider what they may need to put into place prior to shifting to the cloud. For the most part, preparing to shift to the cloud is simple and just requires you having a Cloud Service Provider handle the transition. However, one of the biggest things to consider is your network bandwidth. With the strain put on local internet connections from cloud computing, you may consider upgrading your bandwidth or investing in SD-WAN technology  to increase connectivity.

3. What workloads can I move to the cloud?

There are many options for moving workloads to the cloud and most will depend on your business and cloud strategy. You may choose to slowly move your complete IT environment to the cloud or just one task. Most businesses use the cloud for data backup, both short term and long term. Application-based workloads can also be moved to the cloud (i.e. CRM, Marketing Automation, Etc.). Test and Dev operations can also be outsourced. In fact,the ability to spin up environments in a matter of minutes, scale them up or down on demand, and access data from anywhere is a huge appeal. Other outsourcing can be discussed with your cloud service provider.

4. Is the cloud safe for personal information?

With numerous high profile hacks of personal information in recent years (most notably Target and Anthem) cloud providers have worked to step up the security game for personal information. If a cloud provider has certifications in place for HIPAA, PCI-DSS and SOC, they have been evaluated by a third party and deemed qualified to handle personal/ private information.

5. How do I make sure I can access my data?

Cloud providers will outline your access, security, services and support when you partner with them. To ensure the accessibility of data, cloud providers develop a service level agreement (SLA). The SLA will detail what happens in the event of an outage and protects the customer in certain situations.

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