So, what is cloud computing, anyway?
Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer.
What are some of the key benefits of cloud computing?
The cloud gives businesses a competitive edge by enabling users to access documents and productivity tools from any place with an Internet connection. Businesses can customize applications and scale services on demand to accommodate changing needs and support fluctuating workloads. Worldwide access means teams can easily collaborate from widespread locations.
How can the cloud save my business money?
Cloud computing uses remote resources, saving organizations the cost of servers and other equipment. Cloud service providers (CSPs) manage underlying infrastructure, relieving businesses of IT administration expense. A “utility” pay structure means users only pay for the resources they use and adding or removing services as needs change is easily and quickly done.
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