International Financial Management | Hosted Desktop for Financial Management

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Hosted Desktop for International Financial Management Companies

Interhost are proud to claim international financial management firms as ongoing and regular customers of ours. We appreciate that clients within this sector require the ability to work seamlessly across countries and continents. With fully qualified engineers in both Canada and South Africa, as well as the UK, your international financial management firm will benefit from the extended hours of support we are able to offer to our customers. Hosted desktops allow you to work remotely with access to the same desktop wherever you are.

Our hosted desktops are constantly updated with the latest technology and security systems and, with 20 years’ worth of experience, we are confident that Interhost will provide the level of IT support your business requires.

 

 Microsoft Azure Options

Azure is the only consistent hybrid cloud, has more regions than any cloud provider, delivers unparalleled developer productivity and offers more comprehensive compliance coverage – including meeting the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Interhost have migrated many financial management companies to Microsoft Azure. By moving your business into this environment, through the private access Interhost offers, your business will benefit from the growing collection of analytic, computing, web and storage features that Microsoft Azure offers.

 

 

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