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Hosted Desktop for the Construction Industry

Interhost have seen many construction firms benefit from both a hosted desktop solution and our external IT services. By choosing Interhost, construction companies have been able to gain control and flexibility over their IT infrastructure. We understand the construction industry will rely on having a mobile workforce, enabling both teams and complexed tasks to simplistically managed. 

Interhost understand that construction will never be a 9 - 5 office job. Workers and customers are frequently on-site which is where the need for a hosted desktop comes in. A hosted desktop will allow you to operate from various locations 24/7 and, while there is a suitable internet connection, you will have constant access to the same data whether you are working on-site or in the office.

With engineers in Canada and South Africa, as well as the UK, Interhost are able to provide remote support to companies for longer hours than most UK-based hosted desktop solution companies.


Microsoft Azure Option

Interhost have many clients in construction who are currently benefiting from Microsoft Azure. The emphasis on security, data protection, and privacy of the Cloud provider are just some of the reasons why businesses are choosing Azure. Ninety percent of Fortune 500 companies trust their business to run on the Microsoft Cloud and are doing amazing things with it. To find out more about Microsoft Azure, click here. 



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