Cloud Computing is technology that allows you to obtain computer services through the Internet, avoiding needless cost-burdening hassles that ultimately consume your valuable time and take your focus off of your core business. For this reason, Cloud Computing has been adopted both by individuals and large companies such as IBM, General Electric, L’Oreal, Protecter & Gamble and many others.
Benefits in Cloud Computing
Costs are dramatically reduced changing your operational costs into working capital. There are generally low barriers to entry because infrastructure is provided by a third party so it does not need to be a one-time purchase, and you only pay incrementally as demand increases. Fees are assessed depending solely on use and no experts are needed.
Devices and locations are no longer interdependent, which enables users to access systems using an internet connection no matter the location, operational system or computer. Given that a third party provides the infrastructure that is accessible through the Internet, users can connect wherever they are.
It enables resource and cost sharing among a large number of users. The ability to centralize infrastructure in low cost areas (premises, electricity, people, etc) The capability to increase resources at peak user times on the fly (Users no longer need superfluous resources to meet periodic increase increases demand) The improved usage and efficiency of systems that are usually used at no more than 10% to 20% of their capacity.
Our data center architectural infrastructure is engineered with tremendous redundancy to ensure round-the-clock business continuity.
Offers scalability by providing one-to-one, instant and real-time solutions. On-demand resources are available without the need for specialized engineers during peaks of demand. Performance is monitored through an architecture designed to use web services as system interface.
Reduced IT complexity
Our on-demand solution introduces no new infrastructure into your IT environment and integrates seamlessly with your IT systems. It’s all delivered “on-demand” – so there’s no software to install and no IT infrastructure to maintain.