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Moving To The Cloud

Why The Cloud Is Essential in Growing Your Business


The Cloud. It means so many things to many people.  What it boils down to is that adopting a cloud strategy will enable your over-worked and under-staffed IT department to become a competitive enabler for your business. The Cloud enables you to increase computing, storage and backup capacity, create new applications, and migrate legacy IT workloads, all on the fly and in real time, without requiring you to invest in new hardware or license new software.

Still confused? It's simple. The Cloud is about paying only for the computing resources you need and having the freedom of choice to do so. 



60% of the 990 enterprises surveyed by 451 Research have Hybrid clouds that comprised of an on-premise private cloud and a hosted private cloud. The path to a Hybrid is with a Private Cloud.

1. eBusiness Hosting
2. Application Testing and Development
3. Customer-facing Enterprise Applications
4. Cloud-native Applications
5. Back-office Enterprise Applications
According to 451 Research



UnitedLayer Offers Different Cloud Deployments for Diverse Levels of Requirements



UnitedCloud (Public Cloud)

On-demand and self-provisioned VMware-based servers with built-in security and high performance storage.


United Private Cloud

A single tenant infrastructure with dedicated resources for heightened security and increased performance.


United Hybrid Cloud

Tailored to companies that have a unique sets of needs or that need to connect disparate infrastructure types.


Managed Services

Need help? UnitedLayer provides a hands-on consultative approach to finding the best Cloud services for you.


VMware vCloud

Are you a VMware shop? Have an on-premise VMware cloud? Don't throw away your investment - connect to it!






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Headquartered in San Francisco, California - one of the most networked Internet points of presence in the world - UnitedLayer provides its customers with Hybrid Cloud Hosting Expertise, offering colocation, managed services, public and private clouds and business continuity solutions. Data centers are located in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Virginia, Toronto, Canada and Vancouver, Canada.



  • San Francisco Data Center
       200 Paul Ave Suite 110 (HQ)
       San Francisco, CA 94124
  • Los Angeles Data Center
       530 West 6th Street
       Los Angeles, CA 90014
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