Cloud Solutions to Suit Your Business IT Needs
Paradyne’s staff are among the most respected in the Cloud Industry – as the first to deploy Office 365 for the Commercial and Educational sectors, over 200 Cloud Migrations to their names, countless awards including 2 x Microsoft MVP’s and Finalists of the Microsoft Australia partner of the year in 2011 & 2012 – Paradyne are taking Cloud Technology Services to a new level.
Check out the case studies below to see how Paradyne have helped customers enhance their IT capabilities using Cloud Services.
Working with cloud-engineering partner Paradyne, Rookie Recruits switched from Google to Microsoft Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, a suite of hosted online messaging and collaboration solutions. Read More
Technology and IT were restricting Chelgrave Contracting from growing the business. Paper-based processes slowed responses to clients and potential candidates and staff traveled long distances for meetings, which was inefficient and costly. Read More
The school faced the challenge of increasing costs for internal IT support, software licenses, antivirus software, email and storage servers and file and printing services. While the rising cost of Woodleigh School’s overall IT infrastructure presented numerous challenges, the time spent resolving ‘glitches’ caused by failing equipment and software was also a concern. Read More
Team Paradyne offered Charter Security Microsoft Exchange Online not only to reduce costs associated in hosting email servers on-premise but also to optimize, increase up time and improve the security of its email platform. Paradyne aided Charter Security with the provisioning of Active Directory synchronisation as well as migration from the on-premises Exchange Server. Read More
Global Produce Solutions
Global Produce Solutions had one critical requirement during the transition to Office 365 – Andreas Babiolakis, Global Produce Solutions’ Sales Executive expressed “Our concern was ensuring downtime between the change-over was kept to a minimum”. Read More