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Cloud Technologies

Cloud technologies have become more and more popular – especially as businesses require more flexibility to work remotely. This shift in technology promises its users more ways to collaborate from anywhere without traditional software models.

Physical servers, network equipment, and data centers are burdensome, obsolete, and expensive. Cloud technologies will provide your company with rapid, reliable, flexible storage solutions and application access. Don’t get lost in the clouds and contact us today!

So, what is cloud technology? Think of the cloud as a kind of outsourcing of software, data storage, and processing. Users can access applications and files from any device with an internet connection. Data and programs are hosted by outside parties and reside on a global network of secure data centers instead of the user’s hard drive. This frees up processing power and allows secure mobile access regardless of where the user is or what device is being used.

Cloud Technology is a more efficient way of delivering computing resources. Often, with cloud computing, users pay a monthly fee instead of purchasing a license. Software and platforms are updated continuously for optimized performance and security. Multiple people can access a shared program or file, making collaboration a seamless process.

Benefits of Cloud Technologies:

  • Accessibility: Users can access data from anywhere
  • Scalable: Cloud-based technologies are infinitely customizable. It’s very easy to increase power, bandwidth, and storage.
  • Cost-effective: Businesses only pay for what they use, and usually, it’s on a per month basis.
  • Hassle-free: The beauty of web-based software is that it’s constantly updated.
  • Fast: Service is delivered on-demand through a global network or secure data centers constantly updated for maximum performance.
  • Secure: Data is not vulnerable to catastrophic events such as floods, natural disasters, or system failures. Security protocols are analyzed and updated to address new threats.

Businesses now are running various facets of their business in the cloud, such as customer relationship management, human resources, accounting, and the list goes on and on.

If you’re interested in exploring all the ways cloud technologies can enhance your business, please contact us to get started.