Benefits of Cloud Computing and Service

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  • BY Spantec
  • 03 Sep 2015
  • Cloud Computing

Introduction:

The concept of cloud and cloud computing is of much relevance in today’s technological era. It’s an aid to ease out processes through the cloud which makes use of remote servers, via the internet. Cloud solutions helps in the storage, management and processing of data, application-handling etc. The reliance on a personal computer or local server is thus lessened. This internet-based computing is strong, powerful and reliable. It provides easy access to files owing to its high performance and power. The innumerable benefits derived from cloud are attracting all businesses. Spantec is one such cloud computing support in the Middle East, which companies could take advantage of. While on one hand there are enterprises with a private cloud for engaging their own organization solely, in order to control and meet business demands; on the other hand there is a public cloud that offers cloud solutions as a service that is operated by service-providers and works best for collaboration projects.

Cloud computing – the benefits:

Unbeatable access: The access to files and data from absolutely anywhere and not just a work-station is a useful benefit of cloud computing. All that an employee needs is an access to the internet. This enables him to work from any location and gain instant access to important and urgent data.

Time-saving mechanism: The need to upload and download data at all times does not arise. Files can be extracted from the central server itself, edited and shared with other employees. This saves time and increases productivity.

Flexibility: Cloud solutions not only provide flexibility of work to the employees, but also cater to business demands from a network of servers through the cloud, thereby cutting down the reliance on personal computers and fixed locations.

Low cost: The huge expenses on software, hardware and data security measures are waived off, plus there is no capital expenditure. Companies only pay for the services they tie up with as and when the need for cloud computing arises.

Synchronization and security: Providers of cloud solutions like Spantec, offer automatic software updates and back up, server maintenance and data synchronization. Such a secure system wards away the need for an intense disaster recovery plan.

Collaborative networking: With such streamlined processes, people all over the world can work in collaboration and exchange the data they need.

Energy conservation: Cloud solutions as a service, are known to save a minimum of thirty percent of the usual energy consumption. This cut down in energy usage in turn suppresses carbon emission, thereby saving the environment to a large extent.

Increased productivity: Cloud computing offers a huge bandwidth for meeting immediate and instant company demands. The amount of time it saves in extracting and backing up data is immense. All these factors lead to an overall increase in productivity.

Convenience: Cloud solutions offered by providers have features that save the effort of exchanging files back and forth between employees. Instead, changes can be made at one point and viewed and edited by all. This makes cloud computing very convenient.

The future:

The future sees businesses directing focus on clouds and its computing, be it private cloud or public cloud. With high flexibility of entering new businesses, data-syncing during mergers or acquisitions and the other benefits from this computing, it’s evident that more suppliers will enter the market with increased applications and more hybrid varieties to help companies switch over to cloud computing completely. A similar rise in trend is predicted in the Middle East in the next few years.