In-house vs. Outsourcing
Switching from an in-house solution is certainly a lot easier
then you may think. At Cobweb we make the switch for you, with no
interruptions or lose of data and before you know it you’ll be up
and running with a reliable, Secure Email
Collaboration Solution that just works!
With an outsourced solution from Cobweb your business instantly
achieves many business benefits:
No Capital Expenditure and Predictable monthly
Choosing to move to an outsourced solution gives you the
flexibility to manage your costs without having the initial upfront
investment required from an in-house solution. You only pay for the
resources you use; giving monthly predictable costs.
Certified Data and Security Integrity
Cobweb ensures security and privacy of your data by being
accredited with ISO27001 Certification. You can therefore be
confident that your data is safe and will always be available to
you, and only you, reducing business risk.
Our managed service protects you from the ever changing threat
of viruses, other malware and phishing scams. We have partnered
with MessageLabs to provide a 100% no virus guarantee for all users
of the service.
Improve your company focus
Managing an in-house solution can be extremely time consuming
and can take the focus aware from your core business. Outsourcing
your IT enables you to focus more on your customer delivery,
helping to deliver the more important parts of your business.
No more expensive upgrades
Cobweb constantly invest in new technologies and will upgrade
the underlying technology as part of the service when it becomes
available, providing your business with the latest and greatest
tools to empower your employees without the on-going investment
costs required from an in-house infrastructure.
With over 11 years experience, our expert team are available
24*7 to help you when you need it. Whether you are without an IT
department or require an extension to your IT department, we can
help with everything from setting up of your new mailboxes,
redirecting your mail to helping you configure all your PCs and
With over 5,000 customers you can rely on us to ensure your
services are reliable and available. With a 99.96% platform uptime
last year you can be confident the technology will work for you
when you need it. We also complete the timely upgrades and patches,
leaving you to concentrate on what you do best – your business.
With a pay as you go scheme and no upfront investment costs you
can quickly and easily scale up or down to suit your business –
paying only for system users.
Reduce your carbon footprint
As well as reducing the cost of ownership for your IT systems,
Cobweb’s services can also help you reduce the amount of energy
your business consumes. Cobweb’s shared platforms provide optimal
use of power, meaning you reduce the amount of electricity used. In
addition, Cobweb are committed to achieving the ISO14001
Environmental Management accreditation.
An extension to your IT department
Managing an in-house server can be time consuming and if
database limits are exceeded, staff can experience hours of
downtime in order to get it back up and running. This overtime can
become inefficient and prevent people from performing their
With Cobweb’s outsourced solution and a 24*7 dedicated support
team this can free up time for your IT team to focus on the more
strategic IT needs of your business and remove any concerns you may
have with limited resources.
Do your research before you switch…
To help get you started we have a free
download giving you questions to ask a prospective supplier
Read more about Innocent Drinks and their decision to move from
in-house to outsourcing
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