Cloud & Hosting Solutions
With G Suite, you not only get Gmail — the world’s most popular email — customized for your business but also get access to the world’s most popular apps — Calendar, Drive, Documents, Spreadsheets, Hangouts for chat & video conferencing, Presentations, Forms, Sites, Google+, and more.
G Suite makes working together a whole lot easier.
Make decisions faster, face to face.
With one click, turn your meeting into a video conferencefrom any camera-enabled computer, phone, or tablet.
Share your screen to review your work as a team and make decisions on the spot
Collaborate in real-time.
Easily work on documents, spreadsheets, and slides across your devices, with or without internet.
Work in a single document with teammates or people outside your company. See edits as others type, communicate through built-in chat, and ask questions in comments.
Multiple people can work at the same time, and every change is saved automatically.
Store and share files in the cloud.
Keep all your work in one place with secure access from your computer, phone, or tablet.
Quickly invite others to view, download, and collaborate on any file – no email attachment needed.
File updates are automatically saved and stored in Drive, so everyone can always have access to the latest version.
Secure your data and devices.
Protect your company’s data with security options like 2-step verification and single-sign-on, and use mobile management to keep your data safe in the case of a lost device or employee turnover.
Archive email messages and on-the-record chats, and control how long they are retained.
Easily configure security settings from a centralized administration console, and call or email Google support for help 24/7.
YOUR COMPLETE OFFICE IN THE CLOUD
Office 365 is a cloud-based service hosted by Microsoft. To give you anywhere access to the things you need to get things done across your devices – from PCs to smartphones and tablets. It brings together
- the power of Office you know Fully installed on premise on your PC/Mac
- business class email with 50 GB mailbox
- document sharing 1 TB file storage and sharing
- instant messaging and HD video conferencing
Why choose Lemon Communications for Office 365?
We have a Certified Team, with combined experience with massive user’s base.
We follow a process called PAIDS
- Provide relevant consultancy
- Assess the requirements
- Identify and integrate the right solution
- Deploy the selected solution
- Support and maintain
We have a long-term Customer – centric approach, flexible and ensuring the right solution gets deployed. We provide pre-sales consultancy, sales and implementation as well as post-sale support.
Dedicated & VPS
If you're interested in starting a website, you're probably aware that you need some type of website hosting to make it available online. Two common types of hosting are VPS Hosting and Dedicated Hosting, and it's important to understand the difference. While you may be tempted to just look at the normally lower price of VPS Hosting and make your choice based on cost alone, you may be doing yourself an expensive disservice. While you could save some money with VPS Hosting in the short-term, you may find that you need to spend a lot of money later on if your website grows significantly. Along with differences in pricing, there are a number of differences in how resources are managed. The type of hosting you'll need will depend on the kind of site you intend to run as well as if you expect to need more bandwidth or data in the future.
An Intro to Hosting
When you use your computer, you’re using an operating system. For most people, it’s either Windows or the Apple OS. An operating system allows you to access the files on your computer, and it runs programs as well. Hosting providers do basically the same thing, allowing visitors to your website to access files on your site and enable processes, such as scripts.
Just like with a regular computer, the amount of RAM, storage and bandwidth will determine how fast or slow access is. Once you reach your storage, bandwidth or RAM cap, your website is liable to encounter problems or run slowly in the same way you’ll run into problems if you try to do too many things at once on your computer.
The difference between different types of hosting comes down to how resources are allocated and who has control over them. Now that we’ve covered the basics of hosting, we’ll start discussing the differences between VPS and Dedicated Hosting.
To understand VPS Hosting, it’s helpful to understand shared hosting. Shared hosting is similar to having several user accounts on a computer, but instead of being used one at a time, everyone can use the computer, or in this case host, at the same time. This means that if one website is using a large amount of RAM or bandwidth, other websites hosted on the same server will have fewer resources available to them.
VPS Hosting still involves hosting several websites on the same server, but there’s a hypervisor that ensures that one website doesn’t start causing trouble for the other sites on the server. With VPS Hosting, you’re allocated a certain amount of RAM, bandwidth and server space. For example, if a hosting server has 100 MB of RAM and there are 10 sites being hosted on the server, each website will get 10 MB of RAM. The same follows for every other type of resource.
Many VPS servers are set up so that the hypervisor can allocate some of another website’s resources that aren’t being used if one site on the server is in need of them. Although a site’s resources may be temporarily lent out, the hypervisor ensures that the sites being borrowed from don’t suffer.
There are a number of ways that dedicated hosting can be set up and managed, but the key thing is that one website has an entire server to itself. Management of the system, such as ensuring it software updates occur and protecting the server from malware, can be allocated to the hosting provider or the person using the server can do it themselves.
With a dedicated server, you’re able to choose the equipment, including the amount and type of RAM, the size and type of hard drive and the processor, used in the server. Further, 100 percent of the server’s resources are allocated to your site and they aren’t shared with any others.