Three Types of Networks
A Private Cloud maintains its infrastructure over company-maintained networks. Private Cloud computing provides the maximum level of security and control, and is ideal for companies with a focus on user applications and to those to whom control and privacy are paramount.
Public Clouds are the most efficient and cost-effective, making use of shared resources on public networks, and are ideal for collaborative work and for applications with a large number of users.
Hybrid Clouds are a combination of both public and private clouds through multiple providers, meaning a flexible, robust, and efficient infrastructure.
The Cloud Advantage
Cloud is Scalable
Cloud storage automatically scales based on usage, meaning lower costs and consistently reliable bandwidth.
Cloud is Reliable
System outages are extremely rare. The on-demand nature of the cloud means that it is always there whenever you need it.
Cloud is Accessible
Cloud-based programs accessible to all kinds of devices make collaboration and sharing easy. By storing company data in the cloud, employees are able to access, share, and sync programs, applications and data in real-time. The Cloud speeds up development, streamlining the production process. Cloud-based computing is the IT infrastructure of the future.
Cloud is Safe
Cloud computing is highly secure with advanced authentication, encryption, and standards, as well as advanced disaster relief in the form of data retrieval and restoration.
Cloud is Fast
The advent of machine learning and innovative technologies present a host of exciting opportunities that make Cloud technology faster every day, giving you more time to focus on the tasks that matter.
Cloud is Flexible
No matter where you are, Cloud computing provides flexibility to you and your employees. All web-enabled devices from laptops to smartphones to wearables and other emerging technologies allow employees to share and collaborate flexibly under all kinds of circumstances.
Cloud is Affordable
No more investments in hardware and servers. Automation, scalability, and efficiency combine to make the Cloud inherently cost-effective.