Most Reviewed Windows Cloud Companies 2019

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What is a Windows Cloud?

UK Windows Cloud is a cloud hosting solution running Windows operating systems. The flexibility of cloud hosting allows you to scale resources like CPU, memory, and storage up or down, depending on your needs. Cloud hosting runs on a ‘cluster’ of servers and are therefore better at dealing with bursts in traffic. One of the most significant differences with this type of hosting is you only pay for what you need.

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Tagadab

Cloud Hosting Services


Sign up today using discount code "SC100" to get £100 free trial credit on our Cloud hosting. Our affordable cloud server features include: UK-based support | SSD-only cloud hosting | Windows & Linux options available | No single point of failure. Learn more about Tagadab.


Dot Net Solutions

Windows Cloud


We are currently waiting for our team of software specialists to complete their research on Dot Net Solutions. A more detailed breakdown of their services and company reviews are currently available on their profile page. Learn more about Dot Net Solutions.


Hyperion Cloud

Windows Cloud


We are currently waiting for our team of software specialists to complete their research on Hyperion Cloud. A more detailed breakdown of their services and company reviews are currently available on their profile page. Learn more about Hyperion Cloud.


IQ Cloud Consulting

Windows Cloud


We are currently waiting for our team of software specialists to complete their research on IQ Cloud Consulting. A more detailed breakdown of their services and company reviews are currently available on their profile page. Learn more about IQ Cloud Consulting.


Microsoft UK Headquarters

Windows Cloud


We are currently waiting for our team of software specialists to complete their research on Microsoft UK Headquarters . A more detailed breakdown of their services and company reviews are currently available on their profile page. Learn more about Microsoft UK Headquarters .



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