Cloud computing is the delivery of services—servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and more—over the Internet, also called “the cloud.” When businesses want to take advantage of cloud services to handle their technology needs, they purchase the services from cloud providers and only pay for what they use so the monthly cost will vary each month. Instead of having to purchase and maintain their own equipment, businesses can access new services within minutes or hours then pay for what they need when they need it. Resource and money expenditures can be reduced because businesses using cloud services don’t need to train as many personnel to oversee their IT network and because capacity within the cloud can be easily adjusted when necessitated by market or seasonal changes.

Versatility in the Cloud

Cloud computing is used in many situations such as creating new applications, storing data, backing up data, recovering data, streaming audio and video, and delivering various software products. Public clouds are more ideal when the information and data needs to be accessed by multiple people and when high security standards are not as necessary.

Public clouds are accessed via cloud service providers, and businesses gain access to their managed cloud services through a typical web browser. IT professionals using the cloud services are able to manage and monitor their services by accessing a straightforward, user-friendly interface.

Solutions that Scale

Businesses across every industry utilize cloud services in order to save money, to gain access to services and applications more quickly, to have unlimited scalability, to have more consistency with regard to technology performance, and to have more reliability. Public cloud infrastructure is especially ideal in testing environments.

Cloud computing can be used by businesses to access information anywhere with any compatible device. Instead of needing information stored on your computer or a local server on-site, all of the data is stored in the cloud on the Internet. Cloud computing also syncs data for all devices connected to the cloud, keeping them updated with real-time information. This arrangement is ideal for people who work remotely or businesses that have multiple locations with people who are accessing the same data and services.

Ahead of the Competition

Business using cloud services are better able to compete in their various industries because access to technology options provided within the cloud helps to level the playing field. A business that might not have the money to purchase their own equipment can use cloud services and enter the market just as easily as businesses that might have more resources for capital expenditures.

Making the Switch

If your company is interested in exploring cloud services, Information Transport Solutions can help you determine the best approach and how to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible. We know making changes to IT frameworks and systems can be daunting at times. Information Transport Solutions will help you figure out how to make use of public cloud services in ways that will improve your existing business operations and save you time and money. As always, Information Transport Solutions will provide end to end support, from the design consulting and implementation phases to security and digital outreach expansion – we are here to help you every step of the way. Visit our website today to get started.

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