By now just about everyone has heard of the cloud. Not everyone know what it is. So there is an interest in the technology, but no one seems to know exactly why they find the migration super interesting. Well, let’s tackle The Cloud from a normal user perspective.
The Cloud is Used by Nearly Everyone
Some people get nervous about their data being offsite and accessible through a connection to the internet. However, if you have used Gmail or online banking or Amazon, you have connected to parts of The Cloud. The cloud is all about accessibility. If you are a company where there are remote workers, The Cloud becomes awesome. You could be on a beach in Puerto Rico or snowed in the Colorado mountains or by the beach here in Los Angeles. With The Cloud, you can access your information from anywhere.
The Cloud is Secure – Or Should Be…
Using The Cloud does not make your data less secure if done correctly. It should make it more secure. Why? The Cloud allows multiple people to share server resources, making the servers and the technology that you are actually using much more powerful and secure than servers you may be able to afford on your own.
Ultimately, The Cloud has been treated as a buzzword to get people to buy new services for years now. The Cloud is a powerful tool when it deployed by experts who understand what is necessary for your company and who should have the access you want to grant. We are here to help you migrate fully to The Cloud or take a hybrid approach where some of your system is hosted and some is on-site.
We would love to chat with your company if you are in the market to look at how your computer systems are integrated and deployed.