Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing 2016-10-25T18:23:47+00:00

Cloud Computing is simple.

It is a system of sharing information across any platform with impeccable ease and simplicity. It was created for the same reason much of the technology industry continues to innovate and expand on creations: to improve efficiency and provide a solution to a problem.

Cloud Computing

Benefits of Cloud Computing:

One of the biggest advantages of cloud technology is that it is consistently improving the experience for users almost instantaneously upon implementation.

Scalability

A major benefit of Cloud Computing is scalability. When needed, you can scale your capacity up or down according to your needs without having to worry about purchasing, keep disposing of servers, workstations or storage. In the Cloud, storage and processing power are not issues as the service providers add servers or shift load from one server to another to provide additional capacity. Thus, as your business grows, Cloud support systems will grow with it.

Business Continuity

The combination of mobility, scalability, and automated updates and backups has tremendous implications for business continuity. Reliability is more than just being predictable and dependable when everything is operating under normal circumstances. It is also being able to respond in a reasonable manner when something unpredictable happens to your business’ systems.

Green Computing

Cloud Computing uses less energy than traditional server rooms. This is important to the many companies committed to sustainability. By sharing resources in the Cloud instead of purchasing additional hardware, you can reduce the size of your carbon footprint. One less server put into service is one less server consuming electricity. The collective benefit accrued through millions of companies switching to Cloud Computing is immense and is considered a responsible business practice by most environmental groups.

Mobile Computing

When you add mobile computing to the mix via smartphones and tablets, you’ll see why on-premise applications and data have a shrinking audience. With Cloud Computing, your employees can work with your information from wherever they are and from any device. Your data and systems will be accessible to your entire staff from anywhere they have Internet access – at work, at home, or on the road.

Storage and Backup

When your systems are hosted in the Cloud, both server data that are on your desktops and laptops can be backed up automatically and securely on a consistent and timely basis. This ensures increased reliability and saves users from the threat of losing unrecoverable data on their computers.

Leveling the Playing Field

Finally, for small businesses, competing against big companies can seem like an uphill battle. But Cloud Computing can help even the playing field. You can implement technology without large up-front capital costs and get to market more quickly. You’re freed from the burden of managing servers and databases and maintaining and upgrading software. As your business grows, you can expand your infrastructure quickly without stopping to hire new staff, buy new computer equipment, and install more software.