Cirrus Tech’s SharePoint Hosting Canada Plans offers businesses with an outsourced MS Exchange and SharePoint solution. Choose from 2 plans that match the requirements of your organization.

PlanDedicated Small BusinessDedicated Corporate
ServerQuad Core, 16 GB RAMQuad Core, 32 GB RAM
OSWindows 2016 Standard EditionWindows 2016 Standard Edition
Number Of UsersUp to 100 UsersUnlimited Users
Server ManagementAdd-onUnlimited
Managed FirewallAdd-onIncluded
Monthly SubscriptionStarting from $720 CADStarting from $2780 CAD

Feature Description

Backup Disk Space: This disk space space is reserved for the back-up of your SharePoint data for added security.

Backup Management: This feature allows administrators to manage the back-up process including what to back-up.

Control Panel: The control panel allows administrators to manage users, and other features of the SharePoint site.

Domains: Also known as hostnames, a domain name provides a memorable name to stand for the numeric location on the Internet, such as a website on a web server. For SharePoint, a domain name is essentially the name you want to give your SharePoint site so that users will be able to access it on the Internet. For example, “”.

DNS Hosting: This allows you to assign domains to specific locations on a web server so that visitors are directed to the location when they enter the domain name.Hosting the domain name links your domain to the server so that it can broadcast the details of where your different services are located on the Internet.

Monthly Traffic: It is also known as Web Traffic or Bandwidth. When users access the SharePoint site traffic is generated. Your total transfer is the sum of all in-and-out-bound traffic, such as uploading and downloading files, and viewing pages.

SharePoint Administrators: The administrator is a user with full access to the SharePoint site and control panel. He/she is able to set-up users and manage other aspects of the SharePoint site.

SharePoint Site: The SharePoint site provides a single, integrated location where employees can efficiently collaborate with team members, find organizational resources, search for experts and corporate information, manage content and workflow, and leverage business insight to make better-informed decisions.

SharePoint User: The user is a person that can access the SharePoint site. Administrators can assign individual access levels for each user.

SSL: SSL is a proposed open standard that was developed by Netscape Communications for establishing a secure communications channel to prevent the interception of critical information, such as credit card numbers.

Storage Quota: The reserved space in the hard disk to store your SharePoint web pages, images or other type of files in the server

Subdomains: A subdomain is part of the larger domain. For example, you may have a domain called “”. A subdomain of this domain may be “”