June 18, 2015

Amplus Innovations announces launch of EXOCLOUD

Toronto, ON--EXOCLOUD is a subsidiary of Amplus Innovations, a Toronto, Ontario based information technology leader servicing small to medium sized businesses since 1997.

EXOCLOUD is a provider of breakthrough private cloud-based IT solutions and services. It offers state of the art technology at a fraction of the cost along a greater ability to keep abreast of technological changes including access anytime on any device provided there is an internet connection. EXOCLOUD is one of a few players in the industry to offer customized solutions and live support services to meet the needs of individual companies. More importantly, it streamlines processes allowing for more work done in less time.

According to the Conference Board of Canada February 2014 Brief “Adopting digital Technologies – the Path for SMEs - SMBs are key drivers of the economy and have a role to play in improving Canada’s global competiveness”. Therefore it is important that SMBs have the means to expand, gain a competitive edge and enhance their productivity. Canadian small businesses can now compete with anyone in the world, thanks to low-cost technology solutions from EXOCLOUD.

Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or personal computer. It is evolutionary in computing and allows applications to run anywhere on any device at anytime. Cloud computing eliminates the costs of purchasing traditional and expensive IT hardware that includes installation and maintenance.

“EXOCLOUD provides the latest cloud technology with the highest level of encryption technology provided by other local cloud services. EXOCLOUD enables SMBs to enter the market without the barrier of upfront capital costs of hardware and the risk of data loss.” says Victor Ng, President and CEO of Amplus Innovations Inc. and its subsidiary EXOCLOUD.

“I want to congratulate EXOCLOUD on their latest offering in the cloud computing space,” says CFIB president Dan Kelly. “As a quickly emerging technology, cloud computing promises to have a significant impact on the small business landscape over the coming years.” Said Dan Kelly, CFIB, President and CEO.





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