Cloud Services from NPI is the reliable support your business needs for its critical operations, while decreasing costs of onsite maintenance, server upgrades and costly hardware. Whether you’re providing access to employees or your vendors, NPI provides high quality, dependable IT resources in the cloud. You decide the type of services you want for your business, all with the customer support and reliability you get with any NPI service.
Like many other vendors in the cloud services industry, NPI charges by capacity (Per Gig) of storage. What makes NPI different is that they provide much better reliability, longer recoverability services and the highest level of customer service. While many cloud backup providers have 30 Day backups, NPI can supply years of solid, dependable backups.
Additionally, NPI can restore your backup from an image, not just files of a backup. This is important for most customers who have unique configurations of files and processes. NPI also provides high quality and quick backup recovery, sometimes in just a few hours or less than a day. With knowledge in cloud PBX, SIP Trunks, Backups, Wireless Access Points and more, no project is too large for NPI.
NPI also provides business internet service via their cloud services division Optima Cloud Services. Optima is your go-to cloud service provider with the industry’s most reliable services.
(1 – 10 terminals)
(10 – 50 terminals)
NPI’s cloud-based eFax to email solutions are built for reliability and ease of use. Combine VoIP phone service with NPI’s Cloud eFax and rid the cost of expensive paper and toners. Faxing in today’s modern world relies on the technology of today, dropping new faxes into your inbox without lifting a finger. Trust NPI’s Cloud eFax to upgrade your communications and speed of business.
NPI provides the reliability, recoverability services and the level of customer service your business requires. While many cloud eFax services provide no backup solution, NPI can supply years of solid, dependable backups.
(1 – 5 terminals)
(5 – 50 terminals)