As the world becomes “flatter,” technology’s reach improves. So, too, does the concept of cloud or utility computing. Similar to virtualization, cloud computing allows a business to get the most out of their technology without all the excess or idle capacity. The world of “many clouds” is here, and we can help you sift through all the jargon and hype to determine what’s right for you.
Cloud computing refers to the delivery of technology as a service in an “on-demand” or utility model to a wide variety of recipients. Technology services delivered via cloud computing often times are housed or stored in data centers not owned, managed, or maintained by the very organizations which access the services. This model allows you to quickly deploy the technology you need and make the services available to your users – staff, suppliers, and clients – no matter where they are or from what device they choose to connect.