Deploy TeamLab Office in a Hybrid Cloud

Dear users!

We are very excited to announce that the Hybrid Version of TeamLab Office is finally out!

After a warm welcome of TeamLab 7.0 in December of 2012 we received a lot of requests for more flexible terms of platform deployment, so the appearance of another solution was merely a matter of time. Today we are ready to spring a surprise for the needy coming up with something more technologically advanced than a regular server solution.

The Hybrid Cloud solution has its name for a reason. Basically, it embodies  the advantages of  private and public clouds. The data that needs to be  secure (Projects, CRM, Document, Community) is stored in your private cloud. Additional services like Online Office Apps and email notifications are provided from a public cloud, allowing us to take care of their maintenance and constantly update them.

Choosing Hybrid Cloud deployment you are entering the stage of a cutting-edge technology that gives you the following advantages:

  • Independence from vendor minimizes technical failure risks and guarantees data security;
  • Opportunity to choose a close server for data storage makes workflow as dynamic as it can possibly be;

For private Teamlab Office deployment you are able to choose between two options:

Of course, you must be curious about the prices. The good news is that they are almost absolutely identical to the SaaS-version. This holds true for subscription differentiation based on the amount of portal users and availability of the trial period.

See the deployment details for TeamLab Hybrid Cloud solution here and please, feel free to share your thoughts in comments, we are looking forward to hearing from you!

Nina

View Comments

  • How to migrate data from SaaS to Hybrid Cloud?
    Manually?

    Is it possible to deploy a backup from SaaS?

  • I am 100% with Natalie, I have signed up for the paid version for 6-10 users paying $25 per month, $50 is not within the budget of my start-up.

    • Hi Tanner!
      Thanks for joining the conversation.
      As I mentioned in the previous message the prime cost of the hybrid cloud is higher than SaaS, that's why it was decided to exclude the small packages, as they wouldn't be affordable for startups.

  • What about 1-10 users - I would love to use this but need it for small number of users first before we grow to 20+

    • Hello Natalie.
      Thank you for the comment. The reason why we do not provide 1-10 users accounts is the prime cost of the hybrid cloud solution. It is quite higher than SaaS, and mostly not affordable for small teams and startups.
      So we wish your project a lot of success and your team to grow up to 20+ and even bigger! )

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