Cloud computing is a platform-independent internet based technology which allows you to share resources, information and services across a wide network of users and devices.
Storing the information is easy and is often done via the use of servers which are later accessed, by users, from any device which supports it. This can include web browsers, web clients and mobile devices.
Quick, easy and incredibly effective this technology allows you to have greater ability to distribute and utilise your information.
Due to the nature of cloud computing it cuts costs across the organisation time and again. Starting with the cost of storing the information and buying the physical systems yourself, all the way to maintaining and backing up the information on your own servers- you can save, save some more and keep saving!
There are no hidden costs and you don’t have to worry about long contract fees.
We understand that you might not appreciate your information being available to the masses without a little privacy. This is why cloud computing comes with two lines of defence:
o Physical systems to stop viruses, spyware, malware and other nasty bugs
o Privacy laws which restrict the redistribution or transmittance data
Together this not only makes cloud computing one of the cheapest, most widely available and innovative systems- but one of the safest.
Cloud computing is not something that has appeared in recent years and will disappear in the same fashion. It’s something that has been becoming steadily more popular for several years and, without even knowing it, it’s something that you probably already use. Facebook, Google utilities and Windows Live utilities all incorporate a subset of cloud computing technology!
Thank you for reading!
We hope this has opened your eyes to some of the exciting features Aquima empowered with cloud computing can bring to you.
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