Cloud Computing

With cloud computing you can pay for the services you use, thus reducing the operating costs of your business.

Simply put

Cloud computing is the provision of computing services such as servers, databases, storage, networking, software or analytics over the Internet and offers flexible resources, scalability and economies of scale. You only pay for the services you use, helping to reduce your operating costs and allowing you to expand or reduce your resources at any time as your business needs change.

Other uses of cloud computing

  • Create applications in the cloud
  • Save, backup and recover data
  • Analyze data
  • Audio and video streaming
  • Delivery of custom software

Benefits of cloud computing

  • Cost: Cloud computing eliminates the need for capital to purchase hardware and software and the creation and operation of live data centers. The server racks, the electricity for supply and cooling around the clock, IT specialists for infrastructure management. All of the above create significant costs, quickly.
  • Speed: Most cloud computing services are self service and on demand, so even huge amounts of computing resources can and do be delivered in minutes, with just a few mouse clicks, giving businesses great flexibility without the need for space.
  • Global Scale: There is a possibility of elastic extension. That is, providing the right amount of IT resources — for example, more or less computing power, storage, bandwidth, ram — just when needed and from the geographical location we choose.
  • Productivity: Data centers on your site typically require a lot of "setup and stacking" — hardware setup, software repair, and other time-consuming IT management tasks. Cloud computing removes the need for many of these tasks so that IT teams can devote time to achieving more important business goals.
  • Performance: The largest cloud computing services operate on a global network of secure datacenters, which are regularly upgraded to the latest generation of fast and efficient computing hardware. This offers many advantages over a single corporate data center which we need to constantly upgrade to be compatible with our company needs.
  • Reliability: Cloud computing makes backup and disaster recovery easier and less expensive, because data can be mirrored across multiple sites on the cloud provider's network.
  • Security: Many cloud providers offer a wide range of security policies, technologies and controls to help protect your data, applications and infrastructure from potential threats.