Complete Communications Provider
CRUCOM is 100% NZ Owned and Operated
You can rest assured that all data is hosted in New Zealand so you have complete security and support. We understand the importance of providing a reliable service that Kiwis can rely on at a fair price. That’s why we designed a great range of packages and options that we know New Zealanders will appreciate and need.
Every day, we help Kiwis host a huge range of projects from websites to huge web operations. Our dedicated team has comprehensive understanding of networks, web hosting, cloud based solutions and full disaster recovery solutions.
With a committed team to support you, we believe in honest and open communication to help protect your business and your data. Since 2007, Crucom has provided reliable broadband and domain solutions to New Zealand from SME’s to large corporates.
No matter what business you are in and how unique your requirements are, we can develop a strategy with solutions that work just for you.
Need something different?
we can create a custom solution specific to your business needs
Depending on your connection; VDSL, Fibre, Cable, Wireless……
For fibre, the actual speed you will experience depends on a number of factors, such as how far you live from the exchange, the quality of the cabling in your Local Loop, your computer and whether you are using a wireless router. This is true of all broadband service providers.
Here’s a rough guide to what fibre broadband speeds to expect:
- Ultra Fast 30 – up to 30 Mbps download, 10 Mbps upload
- Ultra Fast 100 – up to 100 Mbps download, 20 Mbps upload
Software as a service (SaaS) is a software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and makes them available to customers over the Internet. SaaS is one of three main categories of cloud computing, alongside infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS).
Since there’s a lot of confusion around the topic of domains, web hosting and email hosting, we’ll quickly review these three types of online hosting.
- Domain Hosting and Registration
- Web Hosting
- Email Hosting
The short and clear answer: Web hosting involves website files being stored on one or more servers, or computers, whereas email hosting refers solely to the storage of email data.
Domain Hosting and Registration store domain names only, and connect your domain name to your website.
Web Hosting is a service that provides computer resources such as server space, memory, and bandwidth needed for your website files to live on the internet.
Email Hosting is a service in which your email messages and associated files are all stored on a server.
All you need to do is tell us how you currently want to use the phones, show us your dial plan, and we will do the rest. We specialist in VOIP Business phone set up and can save you lots of money.
Why, we don’t lock business in, invoice on a monthly basis, and packages that can be an agreed amount. Get High Value, Feature Rich Cloud Communications for Your Business Today.
A cloud server is a virtual server (rather than a physical server) running in a cloud computing environment. It is built, hosted and delivered via a cloud computing platform via the internet, and can be accessed remotely. They are also known as virtual servers.
Cloud servers provide a faster service for your money. You’ll get more resources and a faster service than you would for a similar price of physical server. A cloud-hosted website will run faster. You get scalability with cloud servers.
Yes we do – Crucom offers remote and secure backup services. Your data is stored securely on Servers based only in New Zealand. These servers are in a Datacenter in Auckland, New Zealand with multiple redundant system to ensure it is always accessible and secure.
Very easy, Very reliable. With multiple redundant servers we offer very reliable secure backup service which is easy to use and cost effective.
All-inclusive fully managed price. All of these Backup options include Crucom Monitoring and 4 monthly Test Restores.
Why do I Need Monitoring and Test Restores?
The worst time to find out that backup systems have failed is after data loss. Therefore, it’s extremely important to monitor and test your backups as well as follow a regular backup schedule.