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Business cloud computing is the universal delivery of configurable pools of resources, but more simply, it’s the supply of computing services via the internet. Through a dedicated cloud server, companies can access computing resources as a service rather than needing to maintain on-premises infrastructure. A dedicated cloud storage provides your business with a means of storing, maintaining, and backing up data remotely.
This service lets users store files online, so they may be access from anywhere in world via the internet. With worldwide data storage doubling every two years, every business can benefit from secure scalable storage. To provide your business with a competitive edge, prevent disaster and reduce paper consumption we recommend adopting cloud storage into your business infrastructure.
Copyworld is an industry leader in Cloud based and on-premises solutions and can design a solution to fit your needs. Leveraging products like Amazon’s EC2©, Rackspace VPS© and Azure© hosted computer platforms can be very cost effective, but are they the right fit for your business?
There many reasons that you may choose to keep an on-premises cloud server today:
Emergency DisasterRecovery: Think of cloud storage as your netkeeper – a last line defence in the event of a catastrophic emergency. Copyworld recommends that every business have an emergency backup plan ready in the case of an emergency. With cloud storage, your business will benefit from having a second copy of important files. This reduces downtime and enables you to continue operating. By storing files in a remote location, your files are safe from natural disasters, hardware failure and data breaches.
Savings: Businesses and organizations can often reduce annual operating costs by using cloud storage; cloud storage costs about 3 cents per gigabyte to store data internally. Users can see additional cost savings because it does not require internal power to store information remotely.
Ease of Use: Cloud storage is incredibly easy to use. Simply drag and drop files between the cloud storage and your local storage. If your computer suffers a catastrophic failure, your files are preserved and may be retrieved from another device.
Saving Bandwidth: Instead of emailing large files to individuals, you may instead send a link to recipient through your email.
Accessibility: Retrieve your files from anywhere in the world as long as you have an internet connection.