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Managed IaaS

Fully managed infrastructure services.

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Multi-Site Redundancy

Distributed Services Across Physical Locations Provides Multi Event Business Continuity

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Application Expertise

A multi Disciplined expert team that ensures completeness in your IaaS Design

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Certified Facility

Critical certifications that protect your business data

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Value For Money

Experience Cost reductions of 50% to the on premise business case

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Secure & high redundancy infrastructure 

NetCloud provides our customers, a true Enterprise level, secure and high redundancy infrastructure across dual-powered servers, storage, network links and power cooling equipment.

Increasingly the customers and suppliers of our clients require compliance certification of their business systems to satisfy requests from their business partners, auditors or other external integrations such as EDI.

Should your business partners require certification of the infrastructure running your applications then we can provide you with compliances:

CitySoft NetCloud recently enhanced its DDoS protection layer with their additional Tier IV data center, (ME1 managed by Equinix), which provides for an additional outer perimeter of protection on all inward traffic.

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The benefits of a CitySoft NetCloud Fully Managed Infrastructure Service

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Multi-Site Redundancy

Keep your business running with event managed redundancy across multiple geo-located sites.

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Value For Money

Our DNA has always been fully focused on providing optimised value for our clients. We can demonstrate the TCO (total cost of ownership) equation that convincingly provides for value multiples of 3-4 times using our NetCloud over on premise, self-managed strategies.

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Certified Tier IV Facility

NetCloud provides our customers, a true Enterprise level, secure and high redundancy infrastructure across dual powered servers, storage, network links and power cooling equipment. Should your business partners require certification of the infrastructure running your applications then we can provide you with compliances for ISO 27001 certification, SOC II type 2 report, SOC I Type 2 report. 

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Application Expertise

We manage both your busines critical applications such as ERP, CRM, and eCommerce and the hosting environment. That means our multi-disciplined team are available together to communicate to maximise the performance of the full solution. Engaging separate contracting service providers often leads to delays in issue resolution and performance enhancement.

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Real Time, Real People, Real Support

Pick up the phone and speak directly to the Engineer managing your infrastructure and applications. He is your IT Manager, without being on your payroll.

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Certified Engineers, Best-Of-Breed Solutions

Because your security is non-negotiable, we only use the best in class solution components from VMWare, Veeam, SolarWinds and WatchGuard. No shortcuts, no compromises. 

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Digital Consolidation

Bring together all of your digital requirements from mail, to website management, business applications and ecommerce using our true OneCloud strategy, and watch the savings surface for your business.

Helpful Resources

The following certification and reports of the Equinix ME1 Datacenter, are now available to you for this purpose should you need them to satisfy any requests you may receive.

DDOS FAQ’s

While DDoS is often an “optional extra” with services like AWS or Azure platforms, it is standard for all CitySoft NetCloud clients.

“We’ve seen too many clients suffer critical loss of their business assets over the years with on premise, unprotected solutions. All cyber security initiatives are the first priority in all of our architected solutions. Security is not optional, it is expected”.
Fateh Ahmed, 
NetCloud Senior Engineer.

Talk to CitySoft about our OneCloud Infra Solutions for your business.

What is DDOS attack?

DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) is a category of malicious cyber-attacks that hackers or cyber criminals employ in order to make an online service, network resource or host machine unavailable to its intended users on the Internet.

DDoS is a malicious network attack in which hackers overwhelm a website or service with false web traffic or requests from numerous enslaved Internet-connected devices. One of the biggest risks a company faces during a smokescreen DDoS attack is network exfiltration. In short, sub-saturating DDoS attacks usually leave just enough bandwidth available to allow other multi-vector attacks to make their way into the network and past weakened network security layers undetected.

How is a DDOS attack performed?

When enough devices are infected the hacker orders them to attack; each system begins sending a flood of requests to the target server or network, overloading it to cause slowdowns or complete failure. There are several common types of DDoS attacks, such as volume based, protocol and application layer.

Is it legal?

DDoS attacks are illegal under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Starting a DDoS attack against a network without permission is going to cost you up to 10 years in prison and up to a $500,000 fine. 

Can a firewall or VPN stop a DDOS attack?

The reasoning, they claim, is that firewalls can be updated to provide protection against DDoS attacks. But the problem is firewalls were not designed or built to withstand large-scale DDoS attacks. Without getting too technical, it’s important to note what a firewall does.

When you use a VPN such as Private Tunnel, your internet traffic is channeled through an encrypted pathway to one of our external servers, which hides your true IP address. By shielding your IP address, your internet connection is protected from being a target of a DDoS attack.

How much does a DDOS attack cost?

On average, the cost of a DDoS attack for enterprises was $2 million, and the cost of a DDoS attack for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) was $120,000. The financial implications of reacting to a DDoS attack in 2017 was $2.3 million for enterprises, compared to $1.6 million in 2016.

How long do DDoS attacks last?

24 hours.

DDoS attacks can last as long as 24 hours, and good communication can ensure that the cost to your business is minimized while you remain under attack.

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