Cloud Solutions

The concept of cloud computing refers to the use of memory and storage-and-calculation capacities of computers and servers, shared and interconnected through the Internet, following the principle of grid computing.

 

An operational system available on the Internet from any computer, anywhere, can have access to information, files and programs in one system, regardless of platform.

 

The data storage is done in services that can be accessed from anywhere in the world, anytime, with no need to install software or store data. Access to programs, services and files is remote, via the Internet – hence the allusion to the cloud. The use of this model (environment) is more viable than the use of physical drives.

 

Below are the main advantages of cloud computing:

Key benefits

Most of the time you do not have to worry about what operating system and hardware that you are using on your personal computer and can access your data in the ``cloud computing`` regardless;

The corporate work and file sharing become easier, since all the information is in the same ``place``, ie the ``cloud computing``;

The software and data can be accessed anywhere: it is simply enough that there is access to the Internet; they are no longer restricted to the local computing environment, or dependent on the synchronization of removable media;

When using applications, the user has better control of expenses because most cloud computing systems are paid only for the time of use of resources. It is not necessary to pay for a full license of software use;

It reduces the need to maintain the physical infrastructure of local client / server networks, as well as the installation of software on the business computers, since this it is done by the cloud software provider, being just enough that the client computers have Internet access;

The cost of acquisition and maintenance of equipment is significantly reduced, because it is necessary a smaller infrastructure, just enough to provide access to services and cloud servers;

The necessary infrastructure for a cloud computing solution is much leaner than a traditional hosting solution or accommodation, consuming less power, cooling, and floor space and thus contributing to the preservation and rational use of natural resources.