Cloud Services



Powered by RapidScale, the global leader in Desktop as a Service. With RapidScale’s CloudDesktop, get your apps on any device globally. Let our CloudIntelligence team design the right CloudDesktop solution for you. We are the next generation computer.


Your servers. Our Cloud. RapidScale gives you on-demand capacity with the best infrastructure tools and utilities available. RapidScale’s Infrastructure as a Service (CloudServer) is backed by vCloud hypervisor, NetApp storage, and Cisco UCS blade chassis.


RapidScale is an industry-leading company in the delivery, design, and support of Microsoft Exchange. Our Service Level Agreement on CloudMail is 100% uptime and all support is U.S.-based as we take pride in providing world-class service.


RapidScale’s CloudOffice brings the best in technology and software applications to the SMB market. Get your core line of business applications like Office 2010, Exchange 2010, SharePoint, ShareFile, and QuickBooks all for one cost effective price. Additionally, we can support almost any application that runs your business and will monitor and maintain your core infrastructure: firewall, routers, switches, etc.


RapidScale’s CloudRecovery service is about planning and designing your business's Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) around each application. We provide cost-effective high-density and low-density storage and complete Disaster Recovery as a Service solutions for automatic failover.


CloudApps is the next generation application purchasing and licensing management platform for business. CloudApps connects businesses with the applications they want while eliminating licensing management and application upgrades. With CloudApps, the application purchasing process is automated from per user or per business purchasing to application approval workflow delivered on one bill.

Network Redundancy

We know that your business is challenged with meeting the demand for continuous availability while also effectively managing enormous amounts of information that continue to grow, much of it online and often with no offline option for conducting business. When your systems are down, you risk more than loss of revenue and productivity: you jeopardize business-critical data as well as damage to your brand.

So how can you ensure less downtime and provide greater resiliency of your distributed systems, information and applications if your network goes down?

At REDE, we believe that true redundancy begins with having diverse paths from different carriers to mitigate the risk of outages. We provide an economical managed services platform for you to safeguard your network from operational downtime. At the same time, we also provide your company with some of the industry’s most powerful load balancing, traffic shaping, network visibility, and usage reporting.

Firewall Management

Our network security solutions provide application intelligence control and visualization, gateway anti-virus, anti-spyware, intrusion prevention, anti-spam, enforced desktop anti-virus, content filtering, and more. Even better, our appliances also intelligently enforce and dynamically update each of these services as new updates become available.

Telecom Audit

The Telecom industry is interesting in that as time goes by, services that are offered get better AND usually cheaper at the same time. However, has your telco carrier ever called you to tell you they are going to give you better service for a better price? Of course not. Simply asking them if you can save some money, may lower some costs, but will likely lengthen your term, and you may have saved more money elsewhere.

We find extra charges on our customers' bills all the time, such as paying for too many phone lines, or features that are not used, or line items that look like necessary charges but really are not required.


How do you really know what you need?

How do you know if the carrier has your best interest in mind?


Rede can give you a free audit of your telecom bills, to let you know:

  1. What services you are really paying for.
  2. How much service your usage patterns suggest that you actually need.
  3. What is available at your location from competitive carriers.
  4. Hidden charges that are unnecessary and could be removed simply by asking.
  5. Unused services that should have been cancelled long ago.