Cloud Computing yet another tech buzzword that has caught on, and everyone seems to be blogging and tweeting about it. ‘Cloud Computing’ solutions have now become an established way for businesses, particularly SME’s, to manage their IT solutions. They remove the problems with the old way of running systems on a Client/Server basis and provide additional benefits. With Cloud Computing solutions the IT systems and services needed by a business are provided through the Internet by specialist suppliers. These suppliers manage all of the complex IT infrastructure for you, as well as your software back-ups, maintenance, and upgrades. Now all you need to manage is an Internet Connection.
There are many reasons I could give as to why we should be moving to Cloud Computing
1. Reduced Cost:
Cloud technology is paid incrementally, saving organizations money. Low implementation fees for Cloud solutions mean they are accessible to all businesses. You will typically only pay an affordable monthly hosting and support fee per user. This gives predictable costs which are lower than the cost of buying, running, and maintaining a Client/Server infrastructure
2. Sharing of Data & Software services:
Access to your business systems is through an Internet browser. Giving you access between branches, at home, or on the road wherever you have an Internet connection. As well as improving information sharing, this has the added benefit that new branches can be set-up easily and quickly giving you greater business flexibility.
3. Improves Management Risk:
You don’t need to worry about what will happen if your server goes down or worry about losing data. Your business data is stored safely and securely within the specialist facilities of hosting companies. With this security your Disaster Recovery plans are simply knowing where you can move to connect to the Internet if you’re the worst happened to your offices.
4. Reduce time:
With all of your software and data being managed for you, and with only the need to manage your Broadband connection, life becomes simpler.
5. Gain access to the latest software and services on the market, but without large costs:
All of the latest software developments are ones developed for Cloud Computing. Your software supplier can link into these, or you simply sign-up for new services you need, when you need them.
Not all applications are geared to take advantage of managed cloud hosting. Research computing, development servers and test servers are good examples of non-critical systems that can take advantage of the hourly or spot demand pricing available in the public cloud utility market.
On the other hand, most businesses want to assure the security & availability of their corporate and client data with either managed cloud hosting or a private cloud. Managed cloud computing provides the security and availability of a dedicated private cloud at a fraction of the cost.
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