Cloud Services

Industry Leading Cloud Services for NZ Small
and Medium-Sized Businesses

Discovering your perfect mix of cloud SERVICES

Every business has unique digital transformation requirements

Whether you’re just running your email workloads in cloud, or are on the path to being fully cloud-sufficient, the benefits are there for all to see: agility, flexibility, scalability and more manageable cost performance.

There is no silver bullet or one-size-fits-all approach to cloud services. Every business has unique requirements and outcomes that they’re looking to gain from their digital transformation initiatives.

We take the time to understand your business

Understanding your business, your service level needs, your key business outcomes, your hopes for innovation and desires for market differentiation are the foundational building blocks that successful cloud initiatives require.

We then identify the best cloud solution(s) to meet your business need, and work with you to implement, support, maintain and optimise for the best digital transformation outcome.

Talk to us today, we want to understand your business!

Powerful, flexible, secure, affordable

Businesses are rapidly replacing their traditional interactions with digital experiences powered by advanced technologies. The latest cloud technology helps organisations reduce their IT expenditure whilst improving data resilience, system performance and
ease of management.


Access the latest server, data storage and network technologies with support from CodeBlue for one simple, fixed monthly fee.

Flexibility to
Meet Your Needs

Leverage a fully outsourced and managed solution; or move just part of your infrastructure or applications to the cloud.

Agility for
Today’s Demands

Eliminate capital expenditure for new services, automated backup and data recovery and the ability to scale capacity according
to demand.

CodeBlue Cloud Services in Action

Hybrid cloud solution delivers peace of mind for FRAMECAD

Upgrading to Microsoft Office 365 and a virtual, hybrid cloud environment with CodeBlue has delivered remote user access and a flexible, secure infrastructure that ‘just works’ for light-gauge steel frame building solutions company FRAMECAD.

And with valuable company data and IP safely stored offsite, FRAMECAD’s Information Systems & IT Manager can sleep easy at night.

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“I knew straight away that CodeBlue would be the right fit for us. CodeBlue is a growing company and they have extensive IT industry knowledge. I knew they would understand our business and be able to provide the support we needed.”

Kobe Hoxha, IT Manager, FRAMECAD

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Frequently asked questions

A. Services that are provided to users via the Internet leveraging a cloud provider’s server platform at scale, as opposed to a company’s own on-premise servers. Cloud services are designed to provide scalable, flexible, and easy access to applications and resources. Depending on the type of cloud service selected, many aspects of the solution will be managed by the cloud provider as opposed to the customer themselves.
A. There are different types of cloud services available based on the level of control and responsibility a business desires over their information and services. The three main types of cloud services include:

  1. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
    This type of service lets a business use the cloud provider’s IT infrastructure such as servers, virtual machines, storage, and network. The operating system and the applications remain in the responsibility of a customer. Examples include Microsoft Azure and CodeBlue VPS
  2. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    In addition to the Infrastructure, the cloud provider also takes responsibility for the operating system and other tools and components. This type of service lets a business focus on developing mobile and web applications accessible via the Internet. Examples include, Web Servers or App Engines provided by the likes of Microsoft or Google.
  3. Software as a Service (SaaS)
    This type of service is used to deliver software applications over the Internet with cloud provider managing the end-to-end solution. This lets a customer focus on configuring and utilising an application as per their requirements. Examples include Microsoft 365 solutions and other business applications, like Xero and Salesforce.
A. Businesses that migrate to the cloud experience agility, flexibility and resiliency. This allows businesses to deploy rapidly, respond faster to changes in demand, better support their business continuity, disaster recovery plans and compliance requirements.

Cloud solutions, such as Microsoft 365 provides the ability to share and easily collaborate not only within a business but with customers and suppliers remotely. Other benefits include secure, up-to-date systems using state of the art protection methods and with the flexible consumption-based pricing, your business is only paying for what is used.

A. It is natural to wonder if your data is safe when it’s stored in the cloud infrastructure. After all, key information about your company and your client’s data are being stored on servers that are not under your direct control.

If implemented correctly, the security measures cloud services providers invest in are likely to be more robust and powerful than what you currently have protecting your business computers and devices. Backup and long-term data retention is an important consideration and one to watch for, as this is often an add-on or left to the responsibility of a customer.

A. One of the key characteristics of data stored in the cloud is that you can access it from anywhere, all you need is an adequate Internet connection. Depending on the service, you may also have access to your data offline by keeping a copy of your files on your local computer. Any changes that you make to the local files will sync to the cloud once you connect back to the Internet. Understanding how the service will function when offline and ensuring it meets your needs, is an important consideration.