A leading cloud and managed hosting provider, Virtual Internet, has recently launched its Virtual Training Environment. This is a bespoke pay-as-you-go infrastructure for reliable, remote classroom training delivery.
Managing Director at Virtual Internet, Patrick McCarthy, has been explaining the Virtual Training Environment: “Our Virtual Training Environment delivers a reliable, training hosting environment, which allows you to concentrate on training with the benefit of leaving the technological details to us. We will then design a platform to meet the exact requirements of any customer so that they can deliver efficient, professional training sessions to students in order to maximise their learning potential.”
In addition, the Virtual Training Environment allows for flexibility when it comes to scaling up or down depending on the size of a class and customers will only ever pay for what they use. The system is also flexible enough to account for last-minute additions and dropouts as the amount of servers needed can be amended at a moment’s notice, resulting in no lost revenue.
Cloud servers deliver a dynamic environment resulting in reduced provisioning times with improved control and security. This will result in customers’ clients experiencing the ultimate in training flexibility.
Furthermore, Virtual Internet states that they will remotely manage the Virtual Training Environment which will mean that a complicated internal infrastructure will no longer be needed. Virtual Internet also say that they will be able to ensure 100% uptime. Additionally, 24/7 support is offered whilst all administration is looked after by the professional team at Virtual Internet.
The Virtual Training Environment provides customers with enterprise-class infrastructure at the fraction of the cost. Virtual Internet have been providing high availability managed web infrastructure services for businesses since 1996.
For more information, or to request a quote regarding one of Virtual Internet’s products, please do not hesitate to visit their website.
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