Organizations these days are increasingly utilizing online document sharing. Users are accessing emails and data from anywhere in the world, replacing the traditional method of hosting hardware and software on the user’s computer alone. This has led to a rise in these services. Cloud computing empowers businesses to store, access and manage their data and workspace online. The capability of accessing information virtually increases productivity and efficiency.

Cloud computing enables enterprises to rent server space from a cloud service provider. Whether it is to increase capacity, temporary usage or a complete transition, cloud computing could include applications, databases, emails and file services.

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What is the Cloud

Cloud computing can be broken down into three main layers of service:

Software as a Service

Software as a Service (SaaS)

This form of computing is amost commonly used by small businesses. Software applications are hosted on the internet as opposed to your own PC or server. This relieves businesses from controlling and maintaining their applications. Software updates and settings are also the responsibility of the server host.

Infrastructure as a Service

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

This form of computing involves buying or renting computer power and space from an external service provider through a private network. Similar to SaaS, the service provider is responsible for maintaining the hardware including the processor, memory, network connectivity, and data storage.

Platform as a Service

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

PaaS is a combination of both SaaS and IaaS. Software applications and hardware needs can be rented through a service provider. The advantage is that PaaS offers more control over your set up and gives you the freedom to customize.

Cloud Services

We provide recommendations based on a business’s needs and not to promote the cloud as a catch all solution.

AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace is an online software trading store launched by Amazon in 2012. Users can buy and sell software that has been approved by AWS on this platform. AWS oversees the quality of products in the marketplace to ensure authenticity, reliability, and security. All AWS account holders have access to this marketplace.

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Managed Amazon Web Services (AWS)

AWS is extremely powerful and effective if done right. It ensures consistency and control over diverse environments, especially in large enterprises. It’s no surprise that organizations are gearing towards the move, making AWS the new standard by taking away a significant amount of operational burden from businesses.

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Cloud Solutions

Organizations need to stay ahead of their competition by constantly adapting to dynamic technology trends. This involves periodic scrutiny of their current IT infrastructure and updating outdated IT infrastructures.

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Cloud Security

Cloud computing is not risk-averse, making it essential for businesses to collaborate with a reputed cloud service security provider that offers the best-customized security solution to your IT framework.

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