What would you give to know that your systems and your data would always be available and secure? What if your people could work anywhere in the world with just an internet connection? What if you could get your IT services on-demand at the right time and in the right amount? Well, that’s what Cloud Computing is! The Cloud is a way for you to remove the burdens of owning the technology your business relies on, reduce your expenses and allow you to have a mobile workforce.
The Cloud is a way to deliver IT services over the internet much like the power company delivers electricity over power lines, but the power plant in this example is replaced by a state-of-the-art data center. Just by its inherent nature, your business gets a business continuity plan due to the mobility aspect, more predictable expenses in the form of reduced costs, and it’s always available. To access your data in The Cloud, all you need is a web browser. Most businesses find this way of doing business less stressful and more reliable than the traditional way of buying their own equipment, loading a software, and then only being able to use it while on location. The reputable cloud service providers have redundant infrastructures and their technology environments are extremely nimble in design that follow rise and decline of business cycles. This is powerful because your IT costs can be firmly set and budgeted over several years vs. constantly up grading your systems. Running your business in the cloud offers benefits centered around cost savings, more predictable service levels, flexibility, mobility and peace of mind.