We're looking into alternatives for our very small datacentre at the moment. We have two Windows 2008 terminal servers that serve RemoteApps that we're looking to move off-site first off (and if we could combine this into just one server, that's a real bonus).
To be honest I'm hopelessly confused about the difference between a VPS and a cloud server. I have seen you can get cloud servers where you can install and configure your own Windows instance, so how does this differ from a traditional VPS?
Is it worth trying Windows Terminal Server on a cloud? Or should we stick with a traditional hosted VPS?
Authentication and data transfer will be done over VPN to our current datacenter (it's fairly low traffic most of the time).
Just to clarify, the reason we're looking to move off site is because our current hardware is not up to scratch, and our bandwidth is running out during peak time, and we're currently unhappy with where our servers are physically located. A situation where the hardware is fully managed for us is ideal.