Cloud services are services that are delivered to users, on demand and as needed, through the Internet by servers offered through a cloud computing provider, as compared to using servers that are provided by a company and are located on premise.
Cloud services offer the following benefits over servers that are located on a company’s premises:
1) Eliminate hardware support. There is little hardware to maintain and upgrade with cloud services. In many cases, your internal staff can handle management tasks using the cloud service vendor’s web console.
2) “Elastic” resources. You can increase or decrease your IT overhead quickly depending on the consumption of services that is used. Examples include mailboxes, file storage, and data transfer.
At Technical Framework, we help our clients implement cloud-based initiatives. We also assist our clients in deciding which initiatives will be most useful to them and provide the greatest return on their investment.
Technical Framework leverages Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon EC2, Office 365, Exchange Online, and SharePoint Online as part of our cloud services.
Discover the pros and cons of public, private, and hybrid cloud-based system implementation through our strategic consulting.
- Types of Cloud Computing Services
- Public vs. Private Cloud
- Benefits of cloud
- Cloud Files
- Cloud servers
- Cloud Email
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