Franklin IBM Seller SoftLayer Boost Business Productivity Cloud Service Launched

A new cloud service has been launched by Genisys Group, offering high powered and secure cloud services for any business. Using IBM SoftLayer, customers can get access to 24/7 support and improve their productivity while lowering costs.

Franklin, United States - April 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Genisys Group, a renowned company providing consultation, delivery and setup of high quality IBM products and services, has expanded its service to include cloud systems powered by SoftLayer. This gives businesses and individuals the highest performing cloud infrastructure available, providing fully integrated and automated cloud options to suit the needs of any business.

More information can be found at: http://genisysgroup.com.

Genisys Group was founded in 1997, based on the foundation of providing premier information technology solutions to help businesses achieve their goals with the best hardware and software available on the market.

Today the company offers leading IT products, services and solutions, serving over 400 clients in over 40 states, with a special focus on cloud computing, networking security, software, storage, systems and servers, and virtualization solutions.

Cloud computing has grown massively in recent years, and more companies are seeing the benefits of using the cloud in order to quickly and efficiently store and share data across their network.

There are numerous benefits to using the cloud for computing needs, including increased productivity and lower costs. Research shows that most companies that switched to cloud computing saw an increase in productivity, with users able to access applications from any device with ease.

In addition to this, the cloud model has a lower operating cost, because the infrastructure is handled by a third party. This means lower maintenance fees and upgrading fees.

Through offering SoftLayer, Genisys Group can help businesses to benefit from these advantages with a high powered cloud system with 24/7 support and direct access to assistance, advice and knowledge.

One of the worries when using cloud systems is the security, with people noting their concern over how effective it is. One of the benefits of using the SoftLayer cloud service with Genisys Group is that data is protected through carefully managed security services. The network architecture behind the service and the hardware in place means that exposure to outside threats is minimized.

Full details of the benefits available, along with the full range of other products offered by the company, including Big Data, IBM Stowize, and IBM Power, can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Bobrowski
Organization: Genisys Group
Address: 256 Seaboard Lane, Suite B101, Franklin, TN 37067, United States
Phone: +1-877-591-4015

For more information, please visit http://www.genisysgroup.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 189188

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