menu close
  • Back

Access the right knowledge 24/7 with a trusted IaaS provider.

As IT environments become increasingly complex, in-house technical generalists are increasingly required to be subject matter specialists. Our Canon Business Services Australia team can help lighten the load.

We work as an extension of your team to give you the best IaaS, freeing you to focus on operating and transforming your organisation. Make sure your systems are always on—from storage to individual workloads—with the right balance of talent and operational excellence in capacity planning, management and monitoring.

Infrastructure as a Service content image
Infrastructure as a Service content image

Stay in control with a leading IaaS service provider.

We operate on aggressive customer-focused service levels and give you access to the right teams to deliver high uptime and performance—we’re one of Australia’s leading IaaS providers.

Set email, SMS or phone alerts for fault management notifications, critical failure or thresholds breached. Take advantage of our experience in comprehensive remote monitoring, capacity planning, and server, desktop and networked device diagnostics.

Simplify your infrastructure.

Simple and efficient IT infrastructure.

No need to manage and support underlying IT infrastructure—our unique combination of private and public IaaS environments handles it for you.

Extend your IT team.

Free your talent to focus on business growth while our specialists seamlessly keep your critical systems running.

Pay for the resources you truly need.

Eliminate CAPEX and remove the cost and complexity of buying and managing hardware and software in-house. With IaaS services, only use the IT resources and capacity your business needs.

Flexible. Customised.

Tailor your performance requirements to support CPU, RAM and storage. Leverage our combination of Private and Public Cloud IaaS to balance scale, performance and protection for your applications and data.

We’ve got you covered.

We take the day-to-day IT operational challenges and tasks off your hands, ensuring reliability and performance.

Fast. Innovative.

Tap into computing resources as needed—benefit from technology platform owners' investments and advancements in performance, storage, security, and resilience.

We work as an extension of your team to simplify your infrastructure so you can get back to focusing on higher-value tasks. Pay only for what you need and tailor your performance requirements while we take care of your daily IT operational challenges.

Infrastructure as a Service content image

Delivered by experts. Trusted by industry leaders.

Right-fit IaaS.

No matter your requirements, you can combine the best of both worlds with infinitely scalable infrastructure within Azure and high-performance, compliant and private laaS.

Private IaaS.

Balance performance and protection with our Private Cloud, built for highly regulated industries that need to meet compliance requirements–including ISO 27001 compliance, APRA 234 alignment, PCI-PSS, and more.

99.999% uptime.

This is the ultimate platform for organisations balancing high-computing performance with security and compliance.

Azure IaaS.

Leverage the power, performance and scalability of the world’s leading hyperscaler platform.

Microsoft QMTH.

We’re a Qualified Multitenant Hoster (QMTH). Microsoft authorises us to host your Windows virtual machines on dedicated or multitenant hardware on our Hybrid Cloud platform.

Flexibility & Scalability.

We deliver unprecedented flexibility across whatever cloud environment suits you: Public, Private, or multi-Cloud. We also deliver scalability at a global level within Azure.


Benefits of IaaS vs. physical infrastructure

With infrastructure as a service (IaaS), organisations need not manage their own physical infrastructure. For many Australian businesses where IT isn’t a part of their core strategic focus, offloading the responsibility for managing networking, storage, servers and virtualisation makes great strategic sense. They gain flexibility and scalability not possible with on-premises and no longer need to maintain the infrastructure powering their operations.

IaaS vs. PaaS: What’s the right fit for my business?

For many businesses, both IaaS and PaaS have a role to play. The two functions are different but not necessarily in competition with one another. IaaS examples include an organisation offloading the management of hardware functions but maintaining control of O/S, middleware, runtime, and applications and data. Within that context, an organisation might also utilise a PaaS program such as Microsoft Azure to provide a contained and managed platform in which developers can build applications and work with data.

PaaS is the right fit for development workflows, especially when working with vendors or building custom apps. PaaS keeps your devs focused on developing, not on maintaining the environment. IaaS is a great fit for businesses large and small that don’t want to manage or maintain hardware and that do want to maintain control of O/S, middleware and/or runtime. It’s ideal for any Australian organisation that prefers a pay-as-you-go model for infrastructure or who are growing rapidly and need scalability


Get in touch

Get back to focusing on your business today while we look after your IT environment day-to-day.

Contact Us

“Canon Business Services ANZ’s professionalism stood out over competitors. They are a reliable Managed Services Provider and thanks to them, we never have to think about IT because it never breaks.” Jeremy Fox, CIO, Brickworks

Case Study

Case study AU: Scope diverts disaster during COVID-19 changed working conditions

Find out how CBS assisted Scope Australia in analysing its IT environment, effectively upgrading its existing services to manage increasing user load for enhanced efficiency.
All Case Studies


Cisco Partner logo
Our Approach two column headline generic image

Our Approach

We believe no business succeeds alone–and that every organisation should focus on its core business and outsource the rest.

That’s why we take the time to really understand your business goals and find the right-fit solution to keep you agile, resilient and thriving. Then we put the industry’s best to work on the challenges you want to solve.

Stay one step ahead with the right technology, process, automation and talent to keep you moving forward at all times.

Industries we help

Other Cloud services offerings

Frequently asked questions

What is the process for infrastructure migration?

The process can vary depending on what and how much infrastructure your organisation is migrating from on premises to IaaS. Some applications can migrate easily to a cloud-native solution. Others require a lift-and-shift approach, where an application moves wholesale to IaaS, while some applications must be rebuilt entirely within a cloud or IaaS environment.

Does CBS’s IaaS solution have strong interoperability?

Yes, CBS’s IaaS solutions operate seamlessly across various cloud platforms. With a variety of network options, giving endless flexibility to connect into various platforms and applications.

Does the application have any high capacity performance requirements?

CBS’ IaaS services are able to meet the high performance and capacity demands of any application. Running IaaS on our private cloud platform offers 99.999 uptime, 100% data integrity via immutable backups, customisable and dedicated CPU, RAM and storage. All backed by 24/7 monitoring of resource utilisation to ensure app performance.

What is the difference between IaaS and PaaS?

Infrastructure as a service, as the name implies, provides all the infrastructure an organisation needs to operate in the cloud. What the organisation does in the environment (from the O/S level downward) is up to the organisation itself. PaaS, on the other hand, controls or provides the O/S, middleware, and even the runtime, leaving organisations a prebuilt environment in which to work with data and develop applications.

What are the three main components of IaaS?

The three main components of IaaS, or Infrastructure as a Service, encompass computing resources, networking resources, and virtual machines. As a cloud computing model, IaaS offers essential cloud infrastructure resources, which include underlying infrastructure, operating systems, and more, provided by a cloud service provider.

Interesting Insights


Six ways the right MSP keeps you compliant

Your questions answered about proactive, responsive cybersecurity for APRA-controlled entities and CPS 234 compliance in Australia.

Empowering your business through IT strategy

A cohesive, intentional IT strategy can be the difference between stagnation and marked growth or even between success and failure. Here’s what business leaders need to know.

Hybrid Cloud deployment and breakdown of costs

Organisations need to have a solid hybrid cloud strategy that will provide a more accurate forecast of expenses & better visibility of cloud infrastructure once in use.

What Is IaaS and how can it benefit your business?

Discover the cost-saving benefits of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and how transitioning to cloud computing can help your business stay competitive and scale quickly.