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ms sql server with limited bandwidth

I work in a office building that have t1 1.5 upload and download in internet connection.
And I want to develop an asp.net/c# intranet with MS SQL database 2012 for the internal office and allow website hosting in different location like goaddy.com to read/write the ms SQL Server, and I have the following worries.

1. Speed issue to load the database from the external website.
2. And with that slow speed it may even impact local office users.

And I am thinking to have co-location to host the database but I need to sync the data between two databases. and I think it is working but again speed is the issue.

Want to ask the experts we have any options in this case.

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Sajid Shaik MSr. System AdminCommented:
Option1 :

try azure platform...

where u can sync your database to cloud ...

which will sync your SQL on cloud...  

with storage: SAN physical to cloud

which will do the block level replication which consumes very less bandwidth. and you can replicate database over lan

from there u can publish you site... it's a highly reliable solution...

CoolDev2014Author Commented:
Thank you very much for the information. It is very helpful.

Have below questions.

1. Is the data data sync is instant?  In my case, I will have intranet app.  in the office and website outside of the office. They both will instantly changes information.

2. Do you know any efficient way to test the bandwidth while it is syncing?
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