Elements Hosting

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Elements can be hosted by Symplectic, removing the need for institutions to host and manage their own infrastructure.

Peace of Mind

Relax in the knowledge that the team that made Elements are there to ensure it stays online and fully operational.

Reduce infrastructure

With our hosted solutions, there’s no need to maintain local server infrastructure or worry about Microsoft licensing and renewals – just focus on enjoying the benefits of Elements.

Quick upgrades

Elements upgrades are performed on your behalf and in collaboration with you, ensuring new features are available quickly and effort-free.

Security

All data entered in any Elements instance, whether locally or remotely hosted, belongs solely to the institution. Each hosting solution comes with client-specific customisation on top of the security benefits of Amazon Web Services.

Uptime

Thanks to the groundbreaking infrastructure provided by our data centre providers, institutions can expect the highest standards of reliability, with a 99.5% uptime SLA.

High performance

With memory-optimised, SSD-enabled servers that are chosen based on close proximity, our hosted solutions perform to excellent standards.

Regular backups

Full disaster recovery systems and regular rolling backups ensure data integrity and maximum uptime of Elements.

Server monitoring

With proactive alerts and continuous security enhancements, our infrastructure team is on hand to monitor the performance and stability of your Elements environment.

No compromises

Expert Support

The same access to our team and renowned expertise is included with every hosted Elements instance. With a history of dedication to, and collaboration with, our user community, we maintain the highest customer satisfaction rates in the industry.

Cutting Edge Product

Our hosted solution is not a different edition of Elements. We give institutions the same groundbreaking system with no differences in functionality to a locally hosted instance.