SWISS SME CLOUD
SWISS SME CLOUD - CIRRUS
IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, REDUCE COSTS
SWISS TXT has been operating cloud solutions for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR), along with its enterprise units SRF, RTS and RSI, for more than 10 years.
Everything under one roof
Cutting-edge network, computing and storage infrastructure suitable for any application (online, nearline or archive).
Your data safe and sound in Switzerland
All our data and data centres are located in Switzerland and exclusively subject to Swiss law.
A dedicated point of contact
A personal adviser who knows all about your cloud and your requirements, available to provide advice in English, French, German or Italian around the clock.
Intuitive, flexible and great value
Your cloud solution will improve the performance and flexibility of your IT systems, and deliver a long-term reduction in your IT costs. .
SWISS SME CLOUD PORTAL
Total control: The SWISS SME CLOUD PORTAL helps companies to control their cloud infrastructure more effectively by giving them a clear picture of how they are using their resources and complete control over their costs.
So when you choose SWISS TXT, you’re helping your IT department and operational divisions to reduce their operating expenses, as well as making your business more flexible, for
higher efficiency and lower costs!
Intuitive, clear, flexible
The portal is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. You can set up your IT environment in just a few clicks.
Automation taken care of
With our templates and services you can make use of a wide range of automated workflows.
Complete cost control
The SWISS TXT CLOUD PORTAL lets you monitor your cloud capacity and see exactly how your resources are being used.
Scale – pay-as-you-go
You only pay for what you actually use, and you’re in complete control at all times. You can scale your resources with just a few clicks – or scale them automatically based on your usage.
Start your no-obligation trial NOW
Still not sure? Are you still sticking to physical, in-house it infrastructure and missing out on the internet-based opportunities that come with “infrastructure as a service” (IAAS)?