Optimise your Infrastructure

Reliability, flexibility, scalability - reduced costs, increased security
Let Cobweb help you move to the cloud

The Cloud Industry Forum paper, Cloud – The Next Generation, reports that the last seven years have seen “the levels of cloud usage accelerate dramatically. We have reached a point where almost all organisations are consciously using cloud-based services to some extent and are realising significant benefits in terms of flexibility, agility and cost as a result.”


Increasing numbers of customers are turning to the cloud to meet business strategy and growth goals - with, in particular, a substantial rise in the number of businesses moving on-premise IT infrastructure to the cloud.

Optimising your IT Infrastructure delivers

Increased Agility


Increased Agility

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Enhanced security

Lower Costs


Lower costs

Cobweb can help you move your on-premise systems to the cloud - where you can leave it safely in the hands of experts.


Why move on-premise IT infrastructure to the cloud?

Various potential triggers can prompt organisations to move on-premise IT Infrastructure and applications to the cloud - such as:


Storage capacity limitations


Security threats


New compliance regulations


Rising on-premise IT infrastructure costs


Increased agility required to deliver business growth


Complex availability and disaster recovery needs


An aging or out-of-support legacy IT infrastructure

Let Cobweb help you move your on-premise IT services to the cloud - so you can focus on your business.

Infrastructure Modernisation

Infrastructure-as-a-Service - lift, shift and optimise

Database Modernisation

Moving SQL Server 2008 & Windows Server 2008 to Microsoft Azure

Remote Desktop

Access your desktop (files, business apps and emails) from any location

Cobweb Complete for Azure Managed Services

Comprehensive ongoing solution support for Cobweb Azure services

Our Approach

Cobweb can advise on the most appropriate roadmap for modernising your infrastructure, using our four key-stage programme:


1. Assess


We gain a full understanding of your business, assess your existing infrastructure, identify a desired future state IT roadmap, and propose a new cloud solution.

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2. Migrate


We will use one of the following to move your infrastructure to the cloud:


Rehost: 'lift and shift'

Refactor: Platform-as-a-Service

Replace: Software-as-a-Service.

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3. Optimise


Analysis and monitoring to manage cloud spend and use, and use of security and management tools to govern, secure and monitor your cloud investment.

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4. Manage


Cobweb's optional managed services include ongoing monitoring services, reactive support, security and patch management, and backup.

Optimising your Infrastructure with Cobweb


Our experts help at every stage of your cloud journey – from planning and assessment, to
implementation, knowledge transfer and managing your cloud environment over the long-term.


We offer cross-disciplinary expertise that considers your current environment and goals to design an
appropriate strategy and solution for your business.


Talk to a member of the team about how we can help you optimise your infrastructure



Latest Cobweb News

Microsoft Teams | April 2019 Update

May 8, 2019, 13:45 PM by User Not Found
Discover the latest updates to Microsoft Teams, including new ways to appreciate and thank your staff

April was something of a big month for Microsoft Teams, with updates to its feature-rich interface both large and small. Quickly becoming the go-to collaboration platform for Microsoft Office 365 users, Microsoft Teams can be an invaluable tool for businesses who want their teams to stay engaged, connected and collaborative.

Ready to see what’s new? Here’s a summary of the latest and greatest feature updates for Microsoft Teams which launched in April 2019.

Microsoft Teams on the Surface Hub is now even better

When it comes to collaborative hardware for the workplace, the Surface Hub smart whiteboard is a popular choice – and for good reason. The platform’s native integration with Microsoft Teams makes the tool even more powerful, especially for remote meetings with multiple participants. So, what’s new with Microsoft Teams on the Surface Hub?

Microsoft Whiteboard support has been added in commercial preview, giving meeting participants the ability to collaboratively share a digital whiteboard space in real-time – regardless of the device they’re using. Team members on the desktop app, website, or the Surface Hub can now all scribble, draw, or sketch to their heart’s content and share their ideas instantly on-screen with their colleagues.

Whiteboard Surface Hub

Camera motion and face detection has been improved so that the Surface Hub’s cameras will now automatically switch focus to the person who’s talking.

Show your team some appreciation with "Praise"

If you’re a fan of heaping praise on to colleagues when they’re doing things right, then you’ll love this update. With the all-new “Praise” feature, users can send each other colourful digital badges along with a customised message of encouragement or appreciation.


Each badge is available in a range of designs and receiving one is sure to crack a smile from even the most jaded of teammates. These motivational Praise badges can be sent either via private message or in team channels to share the good news.

Something for IT admins with the PowerShell Module

Here’s something new for the more technically minded: Microsoft Teams now supports the PowerShell module. Previously available in beta last year, this feature is now in general availability and gives IT admins the ability to quickly manage the life-cycle of teams within the platform. This includes managing members or making changes to team settings at the admin level.

Microsoft Teams trial experiences now available to all

April also marked the launch of the Microsoft Teams Commercial Cloud Trial – a fully featured version of Microsoft Teams available to try for an entire year for anyone in your organisation. This means that any business with an AAD Commercial domain, or an Office 365 subscription without access to Microsoft Teams, can still give the platform a try with no strings attached. If they like it, upgrading to the full licence is a breeze.


Microsoft Teams eBook Want to find out more about how you can use and benefit from Microsoft Teams? Our free guide has everything you need to know about the newest collaboration hub, download Microsoft Teams: Enabling Intelligent Communications now >
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