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Do you have your head in the cloud?

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Unless you have been hiding somewhere underneath a rock, then you have most likely heard people using the term cloud when referring to technology. This term has been the talk of several big board meetings as big businesses try to figure out whether or not they should start using the cloud. Small businesses have also found themselves having the same exact discussion. There are so many questions about this type of technology because a lot of people don't really know what it is. If you happen to be one of those people, then you are in luck because you are about to find out what the cloud is all about.


What is the cloud?


The cloud sounds nice doesn't it? It sounds like a peaceful place where there are never any problems. It sounds like a place where your dreams come true. Bright blue skies and giant puffy white clouds is what most people think of, but when you start tossing around the term cloud when you are talking about technology, you are talking about something entirely different.


Cloud computing is the way computing should be. It is as close to computing perfection as we know to this day. In ten years there may be a completely new computing concept that makes the cloud seem like a silly idea, but for now this is the best thing to come to the computer world since the Internet.


Eliminate most computing problems


Using the cloud is smart because it can eliminate most of your computing problems. In the past, you were forced to purchase a large computer system that was supposed to be able to handle everything you threw at it. This was not always the case. Computers would crash and most businesses would suffer as a result. Things are very different in the cloud. There may still be crashes, but they do not cause as many problems. It is almost as if there is always a backup for every backup in the cloud. This goes for both hardware and software.


Only use what you need


The cloud will only use the computing power that you need, when you need it. You could think of it as a type of on demand computer system. If there is a sudden need for more power, then you have it. It is smart computing that produces far less problems. That is why so many people are busy talking about it.


Is it right for your business?


That really depends on several things. Of course you will have to look at the costs involved, but most of the time the costs will be much lower than traditional computing. If the cost is justifiable, then moving to the cloud is the best decision.


Moving your computer resources to the cloud will also depend on the size of your company. The larger companies are the ones who will see the most benefits from the cloud because they can significantly lower their computing costs.


Now you know a little more about this cloud thing that everyone is always talking about so much.














Do you have your head in the cloud? - Image 1

Unless you have been hiding somewhere underneath a rock, then you have most likely heard people using the term cloud when referring to technology. This term has been the talk of several big board meetings as big businesses try to figure out whether or not they should start using the cloud. Small businesses have also found themselves having the same exact discussion. There are so many questions about this type of technology because a lot of people don't really know what it is. If you happen to be one of those people, then you are in luck because you are about to find out what the cloud is all about.

What is the cloud?

The cloud sounds nice doesn't it? It sounds like a peaceful place where there are never any problems. It sounds like a place where your dreams come true. Bright blue skies and giant puffy white clouds is what most people think of, but when you start tossing around the term cloud when you are talking about technology, you are talking about something entirely different.

Cloud computing is the way computing should be. It is as close to computing perfection as we know to this day. In ten years there may be a completely new computing concept that makes the cloud seem like a silly idea, but for now this is the best thing to come to the computer world since the Internet.

Eliminate most computing problems

Using the cloud is smart because it can eliminate most of your computing problems. In the past, you were forced to purchase a large computer system that was supposed to be able to handle everything you threw at it. This was not always the case. Computers would crash and most businesses would suffer as a result. Things are very different in the cloud. There may still be crashes, but they do not cause as many problems. It is almost as if there is always a backup for every backup in the cloud. This goes for both hardware and software.

Only use what you need

The cloud will only use the computing power that you need, when you need it. You could think of it as a type of on demand computer system. If there is a sudden need for more power, then you have it. It is smart computing that produces far less problems. That is why so many people are busy talking about it.

Is it right for your business?

That really depends on several things. Of course you will have to look at the costs involved, but most of the time the costs will be much lower than traditional computing. If the cost is justifiable, then moving to the cloud is the best decision.

Moving your computer resources to the cloud will also depend on the size of your company. The larger companies are the ones who will see the most benefits from the cloud because they can significantly lower their computing costs.

Now you know a little more about this cloud thing that everyone is always talking about so much.

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