Cloud computing refers to the process of renting server time to run apps, instead of buying, installing, and managing your own servers. This service is less expensive as companies only pay for processing and the storage used. Because of its flexibility and low cost, it has gained popularity among businesses.
Cloud computing services are still new, and building apps that work on cloud servers requires technical support and programming skills. There are three kinds of companies that require cloud computing -
Cloud computing services can be useful for companies that face a sudden increase in demand for their services. It makes it easier to level up the company’s technology to handle an increase in demand. Companies that handle large amounts of data occasionally can use cloud computing too. The software’s interface will be the same; there will only be a faster processing of results. Companies that face a seasonal increase in work can use cloud computing as it allows you to upgrade your technology temporarily. They can use these services in the season that they face the most demand.
If cloud computing does work for your company, then you must remember that shifting to the cloud is not easy. There are times that cloud servers can go down, bringing your business to a halt till they are back online. While the shortcomings are being dealt with, cloud computing is a smarter way of doing business.
To read the full story, click here.
Sitecore Certification for Second Batch of WS Digital ExpertsMay 12th, 2010
WS CMS Partners are All Leaders in Gartner's Magic Quadrant 2015May 12th, 2010
Open Source vs Proprietary Platforms: What Works for Government2Citizen (G2C) PortalsMay 12th, 2010
Ektron + EPiServer - What Does the Merger Mean for Customers?May 12th, 2010
3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Upgrading to Ektron 9 Right Now!May 12th, 2010
Ektron 8.7 Brings Support For Cloud Computing, SharePoint And An Improved Editor To Make Your Life EasierMay 12th, 2010