Some work applications and tools are accessed more easily if they are located in the cloud. In carefully chosen areas, aap3 services and solutions help you to setup, migrate and support these applications and tools, so that they are available and controllable.
For a fixed manageable monthly fee, aap3 WaaS enables you to provide affordable, fully managed, enterprise grade WIFI without the need to hire specialist engineers or deploy expensive infrastructure.
Office 365 is available on the cloud, yet also has the flexibility of integrating with your company’s on-premise solutions. Using the cloud has so many advantages, particularly in terms of saving on the maintenance costs associated with local servers. And the Office 365 Trust Center means you know your data will be in safe hands.
As the industry’s first Secure Internet Gateway in the cloud, Cisco Umbrella provides the first line of defence against threats on the internet. Because Umbrella is delivered from the cloud, it is the easiest way to protect all of your users in minutes.
aap3 provides cloud-based infrastructure that allows you to rapidly scale, without making CAPEX investment. We specialise in AWS, Softlayer and Azure solutions, excellent for DevOps.
One of my concerns was how aap3 would work with the incumbent to ensure a smooth roll out. They handled it brilliantly and now we have a great wireless network we can rely on and help the business drive forward in terms of productivity. I am so happy I didn’t have to buy all the hardware!
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The company had an existing Wi-Fi network that was designed and built over 5 years ago and was based on Cisco’s WLC + AP configuration. It was designed with a capacity of 1 device per employee and used 802.11b+g modes. Over time the number of devices per employee increased to 3 devices and the inclusion on smart technology (such as Smart TVs) also joining the Wi-Fi degraded the signal and experience. The Wi-Fi network was also now legacy and Cisco classified it as EoL.Free download get in touch